Browsing Category:Up-Front Games

toast
This is a game that is gross enough to keep people on the edge of their seats, but tame enough that everyone will participate. You can either let an entire small group of students play or set it up so a few students will play up front.This is what happens: There is a table in the center and everyone...
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snow-bomb-trivia-challenge
Before the game starts, prepare trivia questions or use the ones we have provided below. Next, gather blue or white balloons because these will be your “snowballs”. Snowballs are blown up balloons blue, and half of them are going to be filled with shaving cream. Making “loaded” snowballs is easy, just spray some shaving cream into them before you blow...
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time-frame
Instructions: Divide the group into two teams. We did this as a boys vs girls challenge which always seems to amp up the competitive spirit. Teams send up one contestant at a time to compete. Contestants will hear a famous event or occurrence in history. They have to write down the year in which they think the event occurred....
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survival-of-the-smartest
Instructions: This is a Boys vs Girls Game. One boy and one girl from each team will come up to the front of the stage; however, there is a twist. Every boy and girl that plays the game will have to meet certain criteria. For example: we might ask for contestants with blond hair or who wear glasses, etc....
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the-dating-game
MAIN POINT: This is a fun game designed to start a discussion about healthy relationships and safe dating habits. Preparation: To get ready for this game, you are going to need a few different supplies. We recommend using pipe and drape so that you can divide the bachelor/bachelorette from the other contestants. You'll need at least 4 chairs (one for...
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survival-trivia
This is a fun little UP FRONT game that doesn’t require much preparation. Bring up 2 or 3 students and throw some “survival” questions at them and see who gets the most points. If you have small whiteboards, give each student one so that they can write their answer down for each question. Make sure to give the winner...
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