These types of activities can help to bring shy individuals out of their shells and get them to participate in future activities.This is a relay game using bubble gum and a piece of paper affixed at an easily reachable height on the wall for all players for each team.They then have to blow a bubble and stick it to a piece of paper on the wall for their team using only their mouth. Let your imagination guide you in playing various games dedicated to the New Year. Fill baby bottles with juice and players have to drink it to see who can finish first (use 4 ounce bottles).Players can also have a baby buggy race to see who can cross a finish line first with a player pushing and the other player riding in a baby buggy (stroller).We’ve been talking about purpose and aligning all the “stuff” of youth ministry around a guiding purpose.Last week she told me about a youth group activity she came up with to help reinforce the lesson from their Bible study.
Used as a part of our Back-To-School-Meet-New-People month.
The first “contestant” to cross the finish line wins.
Game Description (for a large youth group) Divide the group into teams (two or three works best).
Design your activities with your group member's ages in mind, and the kids will have fun no matter how silly or serious the activities are.
Who said youth group can't be a little on the silly side?
pamphlet and test themselves on what they know by heart! It is also available in our August combo package HERE.