One person from each team will fill up their paper cup, run to their team member holding the bottle, and pour water into the plastic bottle. This is a relay, so when the players return to the team, another team member gets a turn. The team with the most water left in their buckets wins.
How do you play water bucket relay?
Distribute a cup for each person. On “go,” have the person closet to the bucket of water fill their cup with water and then pour the contents in the next persons cup and so on until the last person can empty the water into their container. Repeat until one teams start line container overflows with water.
How do you play fill the bucket?
Playing the game: Each player gets their sponge wet and then runs to the the other side and squeezes their sponge into the container. This continues until one team fills their container or you run out of water. The winning team is the team who has the most water in their container.
Why can water put out fire?
Why does water put out fire? The primary role water plays in putting out a bushfire is cooling it down so theres no longer enough heat to sustain the fire. When you pour water onto a fire, the heat of the fire causes the water to heat up and turn into steam. This leaves the fire without enough energy to keep burning.