Audience Games, Games & Icebreakers

I Need a Shoelace

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This game can be played with small or huge groups. The up-front person divides teams (in audiences of rallies or other large gatherings you can make each section of chairs a group).

The up-front person then yells out a demand for a somewhat common item that people might have on them. The first team to bring up that item wins that round. Have each team select ONE runner to run the item up to the person up front.

Examples:
I need a…
shoelace
student body card
13 shoes tied together
3 belts hooked together
nail file
chewed gum
someone with food in their teeth
sock with a hole in it
movie stub ticket
Driver’s License
quarter older than 1980
hair brush

Also see:
Move Right If (Click Here)
Tape Head (Click Here)
Sit Down If (Click Here)
Velcro Head (Click Here)

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    Lee
    June 24, 2011 at 12:00 am

    This game is as cool as it is simple. Our group plays it several times a year, and when we’re part of a multi-youth group environment, we always play it.

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