Youth Pastors, ministers, workers and volunteers have voted these games the best from our collection!
|Title ||Detail ||Rating |
|Assassin||(also known as Werewolf or Mafia)Assassin is a great game - it's simple to setup, needs no equipment, and is heaps of fun. ... more>>>|
|Drop the lid||Everyone is seated in a circle. One person stands in the middle of the circle, holding a lid.
The person in the middle (with... more>>>|
|Guess the person||Also known as the Name Game or Fishbowl
This game works best with smaller groups - around 8-12... more>>>|
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|Distinctly Beautiful||For this game you will need paper and a pen/pencil.
Background info: This game is meant to build up the self esteem of youth. Sometimes... more>>>|
|Laughing game||One person is 'It' They choose another person in the group and have to make them laugh or smile in any way possible in less than 20... more>>>|
|Who am I||For this activity you need some stickers (address labels), post-it notes or just some paper and tape.
On each sticker, write... more>>>|
|Honey if you love me||Everyone sits in a circle on chairs, and someone starts the game in the middle of the circle. They pick someone (generally of... more>>>|
|Have you ever||Setup chairs... more>>>|
|Toss a name game||Stand everyone in a circle. The leader then says his/her name and then throws a tennis ball to the person to their left. ... more>>>|
|Get Lost||Form trios and have kids introduce themselves. Then tell trio members to alphabetize their first names and make the person with the... 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>>>|