Bottle Game

The bottle game is one of the fun indoor party games and group games for kids.

Teachers, try playing this in the classroom with your students.

This is a fun, fast paced action activity younger kids will enjoy.

It teaches kids eye and hand coordination.

They will have fun while honing in on these critical skills.

You can divide the kids into two teams if you'd like.

See which team is able to reel their catches in the fastest.

Or have one child from each team go against each other to see who can reel in their bottles the quickest.

When learning equals fun, the children will be begging for more!

Before You Start

2 or more players
Ages: 7 and up
Need plastic juice or soda bottle, string or yarn, rubber washers


Make fishing lines for each player by taking 2 feet long lengths of yarn and tying that to one washer about 1 inch in diameter.

The players line up in a row side by side. Their soda bottle is placed on the floor in front of them.

The adult shouts out, "ready, set, go!" and the players use their fishing poles to reel in the bottles.

They want to slip the washers over the bottle top and lift it up about a foot off the ground.

If the bottle falls to the ground the player can start again.

And the . . .

Winner is the first player to catch a bottle and pull it up 12 inches off the ground.


This is a good activity for 2nd - 4th graders.

The kids can play individually or be broken down into small or large teams, depending on the number of kids.

For younger children who may not be able to lift it that far off the ground, you can have them reel it in back to them.

It'll be easier for them yet still fun to play!

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