Buck Buck

Divide into two teams. Then have the one team form a human horse by taking six people (you want big and strong people to do this job). The first person stands up straight then the next person puts his arms around the first persons waist. The third, fourth, fifth, and sixth person do the same on the person in front of him/her (be sure to make them tuck their heads inside) The other team lines up about 15 feet from the horse. The object for this team is to collapse the horse by putting a lot of weight on it. The object for the human horse is to hold the six from the other team. Then switch the team that collapses the other team and holds there horse up wins, but if both teams hold or both collapse then you decide the winning by the team that held the most people before collapseing. Another rule is that the people on the horse cannot touch the ground inorder to stay on the horse. If they do they are out. It is a great game that your youth will beg you to play.

Buck Buck is best played outside. You need two teams of 3or4 each. It is best if you dont let boys and girls play this together, Use your own discretion.

Team one starts out chosing one person from there group to be first, this person Stands away from the other team and bends over so the upper body is parrallel to the the next person stands right behind them also bent over just like the first, the second persons head should be about to the first person’s stomach. Then the 3rd person lines up the same way behind the second and so on. Then the other team stands about 10 or 15 feet away from the bent over group. One person on that team yells BUCK BUCK (to warn the bent over team they are coming. They then run at the bent over group and jump on so that they are spread over as many of the bent over group as possible. Then the next person in the second team does the same team, eventually team two will be stacked up on top of team one.

THE POINT. To make the bent over team fall.