All players form a long line by placing their hands on the shoulders of the person in front. That’s the dragon. The head of the dragon (front person) would like to catch the tail (last person). But the tail does not want to be caught. So the dragon winds back and forth. The players in between follow, to where the head or tail moves them. When the head has caught the tail, it hangs on the back, so it becomes the new tail, the dragon stretches once and then it starts again from the front.
|Type of game||Active game, Race & Catch game, Warm up|
|Age||from 6 years|
|Group composition||have no fear of contact, internationally suitable|
|Approximate duration||15 minutes|
|Group size||3 - 5 people, 6 - 10 people, 10 - 15 people|