A drawing of an animal without its tail on a large sheet of Bristol board, tails cut out of Bristol board, tape and a blind fold.
How To Play:
With the drawing taped to a wall, the first person is blindfolded, then given one of the tails, with a piece of tape on it. The person is turned three times and is pointed toward the drawing. The person then approaches the drawing and tries to pin the tail where it would normally be. The tails remain on the drawing until everyone has had their turn. The person who has placed their tail the closest to where it should be is the winner.
“The drawing could also be of an alien creature and have the kids pin a third eye on it.”