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Divide into as many teams of 5-10 as you want. Explain that this is a geometry test. Play hyped music in the background. All teams begin in a circle. When you yell out a shape, they must arrange themselves into it as quickly as possible.Suggestions: straight line, square, rectangle, triangle, cone, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, cube, trapezoid.The Point: Teamwork, goals,...
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MAIN POINT: Team building!This is a silly outdoor or indoor retreat, camp, or group game. You need several (10-20) cardboard boxes (med-large), blindfolds, buckets, and water.Blindfold a group of 8-10 people. Place them among the boxes and tell they have 2 minutes to form a wall around themselves using the boxes. The wall doesn’t have to be higher than...
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For a large group, this can be played as an upfront game, and with a smaller group everyone can play.Only play the game on carpet! Give each 2-person team a blanket, folded in thirds, lengthwise. One person lays down on one end and rolls tightly in the blanket. Another person grabs the free end and pulls sharply to unroll...
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Blindfold several students. Strategically place several other students around the room. These students (except the contestant) are given a blown-up balloon w/a point value written in permanent marker. Play hyped music in the background.On “Go!” contestants try to bump into the strategically placed students. When they bump into one, they take the balloon (which that student holds out in...
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MAIN POINT: You can use this game as a kickstarter for a discussion about friends leading you down the wrong path or finding God's will.Choose two competitors. One is taken out of the room. The other has 1-3 minutes (depending on the size of your group) to arrange a maze, using all the people in the room. The maze...
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Safety Note: Be very careful - if you don't use good safety precautions, this could result in injuries.Divide your crowd into two teams, each team in two groups for a relay. Line the teams up in four corners of the playing field, each team diagonal with its partner team.Give each group 2 or 3 tubes (depending on size). The...
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