Instruct your whole group to walk randomly around the room. About every ten seconds or so, call out a number. Everyone in the game must immediately form a group hug, made up of the number of people that you called. This sometimes leaves some people unable to form a group because they don’t have enough […]
You have everyone (up to 200) in large circle. Everyone sits down. Everyone takes off his or her right shoe. You then pass the shoe to the person on your right (you always get a large number of kids making fun of smelly shoes). You then pick one unsuspecting leader to go stand in the […]
Everyone grab a partner. Rock paper scissors- if you lose you go follow behind the person that beat you and they will do it again with another pair. Keep this up. A large train will build behind the people that keep winning- eventually someone will have everyone behind him- he or she wins.
Mark off 3 parallel zones: poop deck, main deck, and quarterdeck. The main deck is in the middle. Call out a deck name. The last person to get there is out. Call out the name of the deck everyone is in and eliminate everyone who steps out. Call out a new deck before people have […]
This game is in addition to the rules of Silent Animal Game. We call it King Elephant because the object is to go around the circle until we get to be King Elephant. The game is the same that you have animal symbols and as you move a chair you become a new animal. We […]
Each player writes a name on a slip of paper and then passes it to the judge. After the judge receives all the slips, he mixes them up and writes the names on the board. The judge picks a person to start.
The person (Frank) chooses someone in the game and guesses what their name might […]
You need a wide blanket or canvas to play this game. Divide the kids into two teams. Put two chairs (one for each team) about 2 meters apart facing each other. Assign two people who will hold one corner of the blanket such that the blanket is in a vertical position. This will prevent whoever […]
Divide into even teams and have each team select a volunteer- preferably a small, light one. Give each team a roll of duct tape. The object is to tape a team member up on to the wall, using no more than the provided role of tape. The one who stays up the longest is the […]