-Divide up into teams (we had a small group, so we only had two teams)
-Each team gets a certain amount of Dominos (we actually used Jenga Blocks because we happen to have hundreds of them, and we gave each team 100 blocks)
-Tables are set up for each team, and when the director says "Go," all teams race to set up their Dominos on the table in order to be the first to knock them all down, according to the following rules:
-Director (or helper) must be able to see all Dominos set up before the first one is knocked over to start the "Domino" chain reaction.
-In order to win, all Dominos must be knocked over by the chain reaction caused by pushing over the first Domino.
-If the chain reaction stops, all Dominos must be set back up and tried again.
-If some Dominos are accidentally knocked over in the setting up of the Dominos, they must be set back up before first Domino is knocked over.
-Other challenges can be made such as: building a bridge and going over the bridge with the Dominoes, having the row of Dominos split off into two rows, etc.
Below is a link to a video we posted on Instagram of a practice set up the day before the event: https://www.instagram.com/p/9brcFwB2w3AIaWA_5s67jS3UetCuuwYHCXndA0/?taken-by=rockyvalerie.randall