Clothespin Tag-3 Ways to Play

Clothespin Tag:

This is a fun game for all ages and it’s perfect for a hot summer day after you get your clothes on/off the line. It can be played three ways.

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Note: Be sure to clip clothespins at a place where clothing won’t get torn if it is pulled off.

Collect 'em All Clothespin Tag Collect Them All Clothespin Tag: 

Each player gets a spring-clip clothespin to clip somewhere on their clothing. Everyone stands in a circle and the leader says “go.”
The object of the game is collecting all the other players’ clothespins, pinning them onto your clothes as you go. As the players lose their clothespin they stand out of the game until someone has collected them all and is declared the winner.

Mad Minute Clothespin TagMinute Madness Clothespin Tag: 

Each player gets 3  spring-clip clothespin to clip somewhere on their clothing. Set a timer for 1 minute. Everyone stands in a circle and the leader says “go” and starts the timer.
The object of the game is collecting as many of the other players’ clothespins as you can, pinning them onto your clothes, in one minute. The person with the most clothespins on them when time is up is declared the winner.

Clothespin Freeze TagClothespin Freeze Tag:

Someone is declared “it” All the rest of the players get a spring-clip clothespin to clip somewhere on their clothing. Everyone stands in a circle and the leader says “go.”

The person who is “it” tries to collect everyone else’s clothespins. As their clothespin is pulled off, the player is considered frozen and cannot move, until he/she has a clothespin clipped back onto their clothes. Other players can un-freeze the frozen teammates by stealing a clothespin from the person who is “it” and clipping it back onto the frozen person. Play continues until all players are frozen and the last player to be frozen is now “it.”

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 Do you play a different version of Clothespin Tag? Tell me about it.

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I am Nelle. I grew up in rural, small town, Ohio. When I was young, I learned a lot about homesteading from my parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, 4-H, FFA, and others around me.
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