Checker Relay

Scouts race up and down the hall in relay fashion, with a pile of 6 checkers balanced on the back of one hand. They are not allowed to steady the pile with the other hand. The only time they can touch the checkers with the other hand is either when they have dropped them and are picking them up, or when they are transferring the checkers to another Scout in their team.

 

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