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When each player has had a turn, make the circle bigger. This will make the game harder. The adult should call the names in the next round in a different order so that the players do not know when their turns will be. Keep playing until only one person is left-the winner of the game. Playing this game very quickly adds t o the fun and excitement! i I I YOU WILL NEED: two cans of Play-Doh 1 pieceof yarn indexcards I i 7 I 1 TO GET READY, count out enough index cards for all the each card, write the name the player must make out of Play-Doh.

Cut the rest of the rim in half. Round one end of each half t o make the tail and head of the dinosaur. Staple the head t o one side of the front of a paper plate. Tip the head up slightly. Staple the tail t o the other side of the plate. Tip the tail down. Staple the feet t o the bottom rim of the plate. ; 4 1 Cut a piece of yarn 20 inches (50 cm) long. Staple one end of the yarn t o the plate below the neck of the dinosaur. Put a second plate, bottom-side up, on top of the first plate. Staple the edges of the two plates together.

L 8 Complete the Puzzze Hunt Y O U W I L L NEED: old greeting card f o r each player scissors TO GET READY, cut off the front of each of the greeting cards. Cut each of the card fronts into pieces t o make a f ive-piece puzzle. Save one piece from each puzzle t o hand out t o the players. If you want t o play the game, too, ask the grown-up who is helping you with your party t o hide the puzzle pieces. '-- TO PLAY, give each player a puzzle piece. The players must find the rest of the pieces t o complete their puzzles.

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