Set up two chairs about three feet apart. In front of each chair draw two small circles one foot apart. An alternate is to use round pieces of paper about four inches in diameter. In one of the circles, put a milk bottle, pop bottle or bowling pin. Have a starting line 10-20 feet from the chairs. Divide the tribe into two teams. At a starting signal, the first player runs to his/her team's chair, sits on it, and with his/her feet, transfers the bottle from one circle to the other. The bottle must be standing completely within the circle. When the transfer has been made, the player must run back and around his group and tag the next player, who follows the same pattern. If the bottle falls, it must be picked up.
To make game more exciting, dads play against children, but dads have to hop on one foot, while children get to run.