Sometimes we forget about the easy ones. A paper wad war is so easy to do in a bind but students get into it for some reason or another. Grab a stack of white paper and then find paper of another color. Make sure you have equal numbers of paper for both color. Create a dividing line. Place waste paper baskets on either side of the dividing line. Give half the group of students you have one stack of color paper, and the other the plain stack. Let them wad it up individually. The object of the game is to have the least amount of your opponents color on your side when the game is stopped. Students can get extra points off their final total for lobbing a paper wad in their opponents trash can. No one can guard a can.

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