Remove straws without letting balls fall!
An oversized version of the popular "Kerplunk" game. Soft, safe, hollow balls are suspended in air, supported by giant brightly colored plastic straws. Users take turns to removing the straws, 1 by 1, without letting any of the balls drop down. The person or team with the least amount of dropped balls at the end of the game wins! Tower and balls are designed for both indoor and outdoor use, and tower folds back into itself and holds all the balls when not in use for quick, easy storage and transport
Keep Students Active
This outdoor giant ball drop game requires a full 360-degree view to win, and students will constantly find themselves getting up and walking around, trying to find the best vantage point. As they remove straws, students will see how the balls within are affected. Because this is an outdoor game, when they pull out a straw, students will have plenty of room to jump around with glee or scamper away when balls come tumbling out. It’s more fun than sitting in a chair indoors!
How to Play
Straws are inserted through pre-cut holes to form a barrier against balls falling through the funnel and out the hole at the bottom. Students take turns removing straws, which weakens the barrier and causes balls to shift. As balls fall through students earn a point for each ball that falls when they remove a straw—the lowest number of points wins the round. Eventually, a student will pull a straw that causes the remainder of the balls to fall, signaling the end of the game.
Complete Set includes 1 tower (47-1/2”H X 14”W x 14”D, 9 lb), 30 balls, and 24 colored straws.