It can be difficult running (or controlling!) games for large groups of people. These should help keep everyone happy and entertained!
|Title ||Detail ||Rating |
|The shoe game||This is a good short game to help your group mix it up a bit. Sit everyone in a circle, tell everyone to take off their left... more>>>|
|Crab Soccer||Split up into two teams. Each team lines up on one side of a small soccer field, with goals at either end. The goals can be proper... more>>>|
|Five around the circle||Have everyone sit in a circle. Ask a volunteer to introduce themselves and the four people on their left, to the rest of the group. ... more>>>|
|Interrogate the leader||Form the same number of groups as you have leaders. Assign a leader to each group and have group members "grill" the leader with... more>>>|
|Tape Grab||Before your students arrive, rip 3-4 inch pieces of colored tape (1 color per team... We usually play with two teams). Fold over about... more>>>|
|Youth Olympics||With the Rio Olympics on during August 2016, it's an ideal time to incorporate an Olympic themed event in your Youth Group Calendar:
|Rock Paper Scissors Tournament||We all know the Rock Paper Scissors game. But can you... more>>>|
|Balloon Smash||To prepare for this game, you need two balloons for each person in your group (plus some spares for those that might break whilst you're inflating... more>>>|
|Elephant Tag||This works best played in a large, open area.
Pick three "elephants". These are the taggers. They have to hold their right ear with... more>>>|
|Hunt the Leader||This was one of my favorites. We would take the youth group to a large shopping mall or main street (depending if it's day or night)... more>>>|
|Worker Auction||This is primarily a fundraising... more>>>|
|Dress Up||This is not a game, but a way you can add a twist to an existing activity, by asking people to come in fancy dress.
Some ideas... more>>>|