23 Fun Youth Group Games - A List of Hilarious Games 2023
I have compiled a list of crazy youth group games. I have separate lists for outdoor youth group games and indoor youth group games. Let's make unforgettable memories at your next youth event! If you are a youth ministry leader, a camp counsellor, a church youth pastor or the coach of a youth sports team this list of youth group game ideas include excellent ice breaker and team building games for kids.
These are what I consider the best youth group games that will make the kids laugh out loud and have genuine good fun. As these group games are for youth they are all quick and easy to understand and some require team work and skill but others are simply for the fun of it. Most of the games for youth groups below are suitable for large or small groups.
Top 10 Outdoor Games for Youth Groups
Looking for hilarious youth group games for outside?
You can use the shortcut links below to skip to my top 10 favorite outdoor youth games.
- Slime Slide and Slime Skiing
- Yard Pong for Youths
- Color War/Colorful Slime Battle
- High Stakes Tug of War
- All Year Round Snowball Fights
- Capture the Flag
- The Epic Slime Games Pack - Slimageddon
- Water Balloon Games
- Crazy Relay Races
- Find the Treasure is Jello Game
- Disk Golf
- Slip n Slide Kickball
- Kubb - Accuracy Game
- Blind Bucket Water Challenge
- Mud Run Obstacle Course Race
- Indoor Youth Group Games
- Glow Party Night Games
- Fundraising Ideas for Youth Groups
1. SLIME SLIDE - SLIPPERY FUN FOR YOUTHS!
This is a great youth group activity for summer as everyone loves a slip n slide, the job for youth leaders is to make it a slip n slide the kids will never forget! Party GOAT offers bulk slime packs that instantly create huge quantities of slime by just adding water. The Instant Slime is super slippery so it's a perfect addition to any slide. It's a crazy experience that creates wonderful memories for the kiddos and teens.
Whether it be an inflatable slide or simply a long run builders plastic or a few big tarps instant slime can make it more fun. I recommend suck and spray style water guns or buckets to keep the slide slimy. If your slide has a pool at the end then it is easy to fill that up and then bucket or spray the slime up the slide from the pool. If you just have a plastic or a tarp I think it's great to have some large tubs along the sides and got some volunteers or youth leaders to spray the kids with slime as they slide down. It's fun for everyone!
The Slimageddon Slime Games pack comes with slime guns and lots of buckets!
Slime Skiing games for youth groups
A bit of a crazy but really fun youth group game is one that I call Slime Skiing!
In this game teams compete to see who can get the most points by keeping their feet while being pulled by a rope through slippery slime. Contestants get one point for every 10ft distance they managed to stay on their feet. It's very similar to the watermelon skiing in the video below but you don't have to waste hundreds of watermelons.
How to set up this crazy game for youths
On a flat patch of nice grass (thick grass is nicer to fall on), lay out a long roll of builders plastic at least 50ft (15m).
Cover the plastic in Party GOAT Instant Slime using buckets or slime guns.
Get into teams and make sure there are some helmets for the skiiers to make it safer.
Lay a rope across the start of the ski track and choose your two strongest team members to be rope pullers. They stand on either side of the track and jog down the outside. Best to try to keep the sides slime free so they keep their grip.
Your first player lines up at the start of the track holding the rope and when the youth leader says go they try to bare foot ski down the plastic as far as possible. Once they fall they get pulled through the slime to the end of the track. Record how many points they got and then ready the next player and top up the slime if needed.
The Slimageddon Slime Games pack would be very handy as it comes with slime guns and 12 x 3 qt buckets!
Buy bulk Instant Slime and Slimageddon here
PARTY GOAT PRODUCTS
Some of the messy games for youths might seem a little crazy but they are well worth it for the joy and excitement it brings for the kids and Party GOAT products are designed so that clean up is as easy as possible. Slime, Mud, Jello & Snow products are all safe for the environment & animals and are non staining & non sticky.
GAME FOR SMALL YOUTH GROUPS
2. SLIME PONG YOUTH GROUP GAME
We are all familiar with the popular game of Beerpong, enjoyed by both college students and adults at parties. However, while this game is a highly inappropriate youth game for church, they can all still participate in a thrilling variation. Slime Pong!
Slime Pong is a really fun and messy outdoor game for youth played similarly to Beerpong, with the objective of tossing ping pong balls into containers to eliminate them from the game. To make this game more intense, instead of using cups filled with beverages, Slime Pong employs 3 qt buckets filled with slime! Whenever a team successfully lands a shot into one of their opponents' buckets, a member from the other team is required to dump the contents of that bucket over their head before it is eliminated from the game. The first team to eliminate all of their opponents' buckets is declared the winner of this messy game!
This is a great game for youth groups as you can have up to 6 people per team working together to avoid getting slimed. Great fun for spectators as well.
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Slime Pong Slime Games Pack!
YOUTH GAMES FOR LARGE GROUPS
3. HAVE A FUN COLOR WAR WITH SLIME
Messy youth group games just got even more exciting with Party GOAT Instant Slime. Gone are the days of traditional water fights with water guns, water balloons or buckets - now you can upgrade to a colorful and gooey slime war. This specially designed powder, when mixed with water, creates gallons of non-toxic, non-staining slime available in 6 vibrant colors. Check out the bulk slime here - Slime Battle Pack and Slime Expansion Pack.
Imagine up to 6 teams with their own unique colored slime engaged in an epic slime war! The slime works really well in a color powder battle too as it helps the dry color powder to stick to the kids. The photos and memories your youth group will get from a slime color war will be amazing.
Slimageddon comes complete with 12 mixing buckets, 2 slime blaster guns, a slime grenade, and 60 water balloons whick can be filled with slime using the unique guns.
Party GOAT Slime will work with any suck n spray style water gun so additional water blasters can be purchased to add more players to the game and ensure everyone has their own slime gun. No need to worry about ruining clothes because the slime comes out in the wash! Adding more slime blasters will ensure everyone has a chance to participate in this unforgettable slime battle.
4. TUG OF WAR OVER A MUD POOL!
Tug o War is an exciting addition to any youth group game repertoire, providing a classic outdoor game for youth that fosters friendly competition. With just a thick rope and some marking cones, you split your youth group into teams with relatively equal body strength and then see which team can pull their opponents across the center first. This is a fun and familiar game that is a perfect addition to your youth ministry games.
BUT... to add even more excitement to this classic game, Party GOAT's Instant Mud is an excellent choice for raising the stakes. Fill an inflatable pool with this specially designed non sticky, non staining mud and place it in the center of the rope. The losing team will get pulled into the kiddie pool full of mud, creating a hilarious and thrilling event for the contestants and spectators. This makes Mud Tug of War a perfect addition to your youth ministry games.
Party GOAT's mud is safe for the environment and can easily be disposed of after the event by bucketing it into garden beds where it will naturally break down over time or you can add salt to the mixture to turn it back into colored water. Mud Tug of War is an awesome game for youth groups to play outdoors. What kid wouldn't want to dive headfirst into a pool of mud? If you have a large youth group, you can play in a round-robin style competition, with winning teams advancing to the next round.
5. SNOWBALL FIGHTS ALL YEAR LONG!
If you're looking for unique and exciting ice breaker games for youth, why not try a snowball fight? Yes, you read that right! With Party GOAT Instant Snow, you can have a snowball fight any time of the year, even in the summer.
To make the snow, all you need is water and the Instant Snow powder, which will quickly transform into a fluffy and realistic-looking substitute for real snow. This makes it perfect for compacting into snowballs that can be used for a fun and safe snowball fight for youth groups. A snowball fight is a fun youth group team building game as it encourages teamwork and strategy as kids work together to dodge incoming snowballs and aim their own.
For youth groups looking for a fun theme, a snowball fight can even be incorporated into a "Christmas in July" celebration. So, next time you're looking for an engaging and unique activity for kids, consider a snowball fight with Party GOAT Instant Snow.
6. CAPTURE THE FLAG - AN EASY YOUTH GROUP GAME
Capture the Flag has been enjoyed by multiple generations of youth groups as a fantastic way to exercise, have fun and use teamwork. This game is played between two teams which can have lots of players which makes it a great youth group game for large groups.
Each team has their own flag that they must protect while attempting to capture the other team's flag. The rules of the game can vary, and tagged players may be sent back to their base, sent to jail, or frozen in place until a teammate unfreezes them. It's pretty funny to add in the rule that a teammate has to crawl between your legs to unfreeze you.
The methods of tagging players out can also differ based on the rules of the game. Players can be tagged out by merely touching another player, if you want a more straightforward version of the game. Alternatively, arming your youth group with water guns and water balloons adds an extra layer of excitement as getting hit with water counts as a tag. Using Instant Slime can create a more colorful experience, and players can tag each other out with Slime Guns or Slime balloons.
7. SLIMAGEDDON! OUR EPIC SLIME GAMES PACK
If you are after a variety of quick youth group games that the kids will get excited about then Slimageddon Slime Games Packs will keep them entertained for hours. Full of easy youth group games with the added bonus of including huge quantities of instant slime to make each game a little more intense.
There's 20 slime games outlined in the pack and many more game ideas available on the Slimageddon club page with video instructions. With heaps of 3 qt buckets, slime guns, balloons, dice, blindfold and a cool slime grenade you can set up multiple games at once and have small groups rotate through the games. You can also use all the accessories with water when you want to have less messy days.
OUTSIDE YOUTH GAMES WITH WATER BALLOONS!
8. WATER BALLOON CATCHING GAME
Water Balloon Catching is an excellent game for outdoor youth groups, suitable for both small and large youth groups. The aim of the game is to toss a water balloon to a teammate without it dropping or bursting. After each successful catch, players step back, increasing the difficulty of the throw and catch. The team that manages to make the longest distance without popping or dropping their balloon wins.
To make the game more exciting for young people, try using the Slimageddon games pack, which includes two slime guns that are designed for easily filling water balloons with slime. Playing with slime balloons adds a thrilling twist to the game, as players who don't catch the balloon softly are likely to be covered in a colorful and gooey splat of slime when their balloon bursts. It's a hilarious game for youths that will be sure to get them smiling.
Spin and Run is Super Fun!
Another exciting game for youths that includes water balloons is Spin the Gun and RUN! This is one of the games in Slimageddon. Groups stand in a circle with some water or slime balloons nearby. One player spins the slime gun or a bottle in the center of the circle. Whoever it lands on gets to pick up a balloon while all the other players start to run away.
It's a lot of fun and gets the adrenaline pumping when you know a slime balloon could be coming your way. To make it even easier for the player to splat someone you can make the other players have to grab an item like a bucket or a ball off the ground before they can continue to run off.
9. RELAY GAMES FOR YOUTH GROUP TEAM BUILDING
In this race you use a bunch of classic racing style games and combine them together so that it becomes a long event with lots of different fun challenges for teams to complete. Be creative and come up with whatever challeges you like or are easy for you. A relay challenge that I like to set up for the kids goes like this...
1. Bucket ball. This challenge just involves shooting balls into a bucket or hoop before you can move on to the next challenge.
2. Egg and spoon race. Classic game where you need to balance an egg or water balloon on a spoon while navagating a determined course. Some people like to add a balance beam to make it harder.
3. Wheel barrow race. One team member is the barrow and another holds their legs.
4. Knock em down challenge. A pyramid of empty cans or buckets is place on the edge of a table and the player has to knock them all off before the next challenge. To knock them off they can use balls or bean bags, water balloons or water guns. Slimageddon has a great version of this game in the pack.
5. To finish it off I love a good old sack race. There are usually some good laughs with kids trying to hop fast in a potato sack.
With this game being a relay race it really gets the cheers going and is a great icebreaker to get kids to know each other.
10. FIND THE TREASURE RACE WITH BULK JELLO
This is a crazy game where you hide the "treasure" which can be small objects like dice or plastic bottle caps, coins or even dollar bills. The fun part is that the objects are buried in a pool of jello and to retrieve one you have to get in and get messy. It feels so weird to be in a pool of jello and it's really challenging to find hidden objects.
How to play? Count the number of contestants and have one less object than the number of players. So if you have 6 youths per group then you might hide 5 dice or five tokens. When the whistle is blown players scramble to find the objects and the player who misses out drops out of the competition. Remove one of the objects for the next round and go again until you have a winner.
You can also buy our Bulk Jello on Amazon
Party GOAT jello packs make a huge 100 gallons so two packs are usually a really good amount for a large size inflatable kids pool. You just add water and wait a couple of hours for your chunky jello pool to be ready!
Our imitation jello is also an awesome product to have an epic foodfight without needing to waste real food.
This game also works great with instant slime and there is a variation of the game in the Slimageddon pack that's a little easier to set up as players are searching for the tokens in buckets of slime instead of submerging in a pool of Jello.
11. DISK GOLF GAME FOR YOUTHS
Disc golf is also commonly known as frisbee golf or sometimes frolf, and is a great way to keep kids entertained.
The game played with flying discs which are specifically designed for disc golf. While the basic rules of the game are similar to traditional golf, disc golf has its own unique terminology and strategies, and can be played out in the open or on courses with varying degrees of difficulty. Frisbee golf courses are often situated in wooded areas with long courses, making it an ideal game for youth groups to enjoy nature while getting some exercise.
Frisbee golf, much like its traditional counterpart, requires players to throw a Frisbee at various targets, typically baskets or poles, with the objective of completing the course in the fewest number of throws possible. Official frisbee golf baskets, equipped with chains to catch the Frisbee, are available for those looking to play the game in its proper form. Some public frisbee golf courses are accessible free of charge at local parks.
YOUTH CAMP GAMES FOR TEENS
12. SLIP AND SLIDE KICKBALL
How to play Slip n Slide Kickball
The game of water slide kick ball shares many similarities with traditional kickball. This game is made even more exciting by the sliding action, with kickers sliding around the bases and fielders sliding around the field in pursuit of the ball or to tag a player out. This game is perfect for youth groups and the youth leaders are sure to enjoy it too.
The pitcher rolls the ball towards the kicker, who tries to kick it as far as possible. The fun begins when the players start to slip and slide around the bases, trying to avoid being tagged out by the ball. Meanwhile, the fielders attempt to catch the player out, tag them with the ball, or quickly return the ball to a base before the kicker reaches there.
For a really fun twist you can fill the home plate pool with Party GOAT Instant Slime. It makes for a very exciting home run. Spray slime onto the plastic between the bases will also make them really, really slippery.
Slip and Slide Kickball Demo
Watch the video to see water slide kick ball in action.
Water Slide Kickball Supplies
13. KUBB - A FUN BLOCK GAME FOR YOUTH GROUPS
If you are looking for a less crazy and messy youth group game then Kubb might be for you. The game of Kubb is a one-of-a-kind sport that blends the strategic thinking of chess, the thrill of bowling, and the time-honored traditions of Viking games. It presents an excellent opportunity for young people to improve their coordination skills and learn how to strategize. The game's primary objective is to topple wooden blocks, called Kubbs, using wooden dowels as throwing objects. Participants take turns tossing their dowels at the Kubbs, with the goal of overthrowing all of their opponents' Kubbs. The team that accomplishes this feat emerges as the victorious one.
14. BLIND BUCKET WATER CHALLENGE
This youth group challenge is a fun-filled water game that is perfect for keeping kids and staff cool during your youth camp activities. The objective of the game is for players to pass water over their heads from one person to the next using buckets, with the team that catches the most water in the final bucket declared the winner. The game requires players to be blindfolded or instructed to keep their eyes closed, making it challenging and fun.
To begin the game, divide your group into teams of at least four people and have them form a line, either standing or preferrably, sitting behind one another. The first person in each team is given a bucket filled with water, while the rest are handed an empty bucket. All players are then blindfolded, and the game starts. The first player pours the water over their head, and the second player attempts to catch as much water as possible before passing it to the third player, and so on. Once the final player catches as much water as they can, the buckets are compared, and the team that caught the most water is declared the winner. This game is ideal for large youth groups, as there is no limit to the number of teams that can participate. It is also an excellent team-building activity that requires good communication among team members to catch the water successfully.
How to make this youth group game even more fun
To add even more intensity to the challenge try playing with Party GOAT Instant Slime in your buckets. If you misjudge the pour you will completely slime your teammates. Kids absolutely love slime and will get really excited when you tell them what the game is that you'll be playing. The Slimageddon slime game set comes with 12 x 3qt buckets that are perfect for this game and has a variety of other fun accessories too!
15. MUD RUN OBSTACLE COURSE RACE
If you're looking for an activity that will entertain a large group of kids, an obstacle course race for your youth group could be a perfect choice. The race features various challenges like climbing, crawling, balancing, and jumping, which participants must overcome. Moreover, these events offer kids a chance to have some messy fun, often involving mud pools and mud slides.
To create a safe and secure course, arrange the obstacles to ensure they are sturdy and stable. Use markers like cones or flags to define the course boundaries and guide the participants. Establish rules and guidelines emphasizing safety, appropriate footwear, good sportsmanship, and discourage pushing and shoving. A well-designed obstacle course can provide a fun and challenging experience for youths while developing their physical and mental abilities
List of typical obstacles
Obstacles are usually simple yet challenging. Here are some to consider.
- Monkey bars
- Nets to crawl under
- Slip n slide
- Climbing nets
- Walls to jump over
- Balance Beams
- Inflatable obstacles
- Old tires to hop through
How to make a mud pit for a mud run race
The popularity of obstacle course challenges has led many companies and non-profit groups to organize large fun run events that attract thousands of people. One of the most popular challenges involves a mud pit that competitors jump into and crawl through. If you have a large inflatable pool, you can create your own mud pit easily using the Party GOAT Instant Mud package. Just secure a camo net over the top or some rope with stakes so that they have to crawl trough the mud to get out the other side. A mud slide is also a crowd favorite, which is just a long tarp or plastic roll that gets covered in instant mud for sliding along. It's a good idea to have wheelie bins full of extra mud on the side of the slide so thet a volunteer can constaly top up the mud on the slide.
To make 60 gallons of mud, simply add water to your pool or container and stir in the mud powder. This is an excellent way to bring the excitement of a mud run to your own youth group. For more information on how to organize your own mud run, click here.
Top 10 Youth Group Games for Indoors
Let's head inside for some less messy but really fun youth group games to play indoors.
1. DANCE GAMES FOR YOUTH GROUPS
Dancing is a great way to burn some energy, express yourself and have fun.
My favourite dance game is one that requires a good memory. Players stand in a circle and the first player does one quick dance move. The player to their left is up next. They have to copy that dance move and then add one of their own. Play continues to the next person on the left and now they have to remmeber the first and second move and then add their own. It's very funny to see some of the ridiculous dances that groups come up with and see how long they can go before forgetting the moves or the order they are supposed to go in.
If you have lots of groups it can be a team challenge to see which group can survive the most rounds.
Black lights for dance party games
A glow party is a great way to help kids feel more relaxed and confident when playing dance games as it darkens the room while adding amazing colors from neon clothes and decorations. Kids are more willing to let loose when they aren't in a completely lit up space. Our Glowave Black lights provide just the right amount of light for safe, fun games.
There are lots of fun activities youth groups can do at glow parties as well like face painting with neon paints. Coloring with highlighter pens and lots of other traditional games that are made more fun by the vivid colors and dance party atmosphere.
Dodgeball is a popular and fast-paced game that involves two teams of players trying to eliminate each other by hitting opponents with balls while avoiding being hit themselves. The game can be played indoors or outdoors on a court divided by a center line. Players start on their respective sides of the court and try to throw balls at their opponents, while also dodging incoming throws. If a player is hit by a ball, they are out, but if they catch a ball thrown at them, the person who threw the ball is out. The game continues until one team has eliminated all the players on the opposing team. Dodgeball requires agility, strategy, and teamwork to be successful making it a competitive and fun indoor or outdoor teenage game.
Dodgeball is even better when played under blacklight as many brands offer neon colored ball that glow really well. Four GLowave Black light kits is the perfect amount of lights to do a whole basketball court sized indoor gymnasium or hall.
Charades is an enjoyable indoor game for youth groups of all ages that fosters creativity and imagination. The game involves players taking turns acting out various words or phrases without speaking while other players attempt to guess the answer. The person who correctly guesses the answer earns the chance to act out the next word or phrase
Some examples of Charades topics for youth group games.
Movie titles: Players can act out scenes from popular films such as "The Lion King," "Jurassic Park," or "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone."
Sports: Players can act out actions associated with different sports such as basketball, football, or baseball.
Animals: Participants can act out the movements or sounds of different animals like a monkey, a snake, or a giraffe.
Occupations: Players can act out tasks associated with different jobs like a doctor, a teacher, or a chef.
Songs: Players can act out the lyrics or melody of popular songs like "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Happy Birthday," or "All About That Bass."
These are just a few examples to get you started. The possibilities are endless, and players can get very creative with their charades.
4. BINGO IS A FUN YOUTH NIGHT GAME
Bingo is a fun indoor game that youth groups of all ages can enjoy. Participants mark off numbers on their bingo card as they are called out, with the first person to complete a row or column declared the winner. To add a personalized touch, you can customize the bingo cards with symbols related to your youth program, such as church themes, bible themes, sports themes, or camp themes. Instead of calling out numbers, you can call out the corresponding symbols until a player completes a row or column.
For a baseball team you might have a glove, a bat, a baseball, referee, home plate, hotdog, baseball cap and helmet etc.
5. CLASSIC TARGET AND SKILL GAMES
Ladder Golf has gained popularity among youth groups as an engaging game that can be played indoors or out. It involves a ladder-shaped structure with three rungs and a set of bolas, which are two golf balls linked by a string. The goal of the game is to toss the bolas towards the ladder and wrap them around one of the rungs. The higher the rung where the bola lands, the more points the player earns.
Cornhole is a classic game which is simple, yet very fun and can also be played indoors or outside. It involves trying to toss bags filled with corn (or plastic pellets) into a 6 inch hole cut into a board from 20 feet (6m) away. Players can be solo or in teams as they try to toss beanbags toward the slanted platform with the aim of passing the beanbag through a hole in the center of the board.
6. MINUTE TO WIN IT STYLE YOUTH GAMES
Minute to Win It games are short, but exciting games that can be played in under a minute so that lots of kids get a turn quickly. These games are great for keeping children entertained and having fun while on youth group camps. You can set up stations where the kids rotate through different minute to win it challenges to test their skills. You can make them into team games if you have lots of kids and the teams get a point for every challenge completed until you get a winner.
7. WRITEZY DRAWZY
Writezy Drawzy is a hilarious indoor game for youth groups that requires only a pen and some paper. This fun game can get ridiculously funny pretty fast depending on the skill level of the artists and I think it is more fun when your group has a lot of bad drawers in it.
The game starts with one player writing a sentence, such as "A goose with a sword battles a flea," without showing it to anyone other than the next player. The next player then draws a picture based on the sentence, folds the paper so that only the picture is showing, and passes it to the next player. That player writes a sentence to describe the picture and passes it to the next player, and so on, with players alternating between writing and drawing.
At the end of the game, the paper is unfolded to reveal how the final sentence or drawing compares to the original one. The game is usually filled with laughter and surprises, as players' drawings and interpretations can take the sentence in unexpected directions.
8. JUMBO GAMES
There are now lots of classic kids games that you can get jumbo versions of that are great for playing indoor at youth group events. These include games like Jumbo Connect 4, Jumbo Jenga, Jumbo Kerplunk, Jumbo Yard Pong and Jumbo Dice and card games. The large size means you can have lots of spectators able to watch too.
9. WHAT'S THE TIME MR WOLF!?
The player (usually the youth group leader) who is telling the time is the wolf and they stand with their back the the other kids. The wolf is at one end of the hall and the kids start at the other end. The children must ask the wolf “What time is it Mr Wolf?” The wolf then says a time e.g. “It is 4 o Clock”, the children take 4 steps towards the wolf. The children repeat the question “What time is it Mr. Wolf?” and move forward each time. The size of the kids steps depend on their bravery as the closer you get the easier it is to be caught by the wolf. When the wolf says “Its dinner time” the wolf chases the children who are running back to the wall at the start of the game which is the safe zone. If the wolf catches one of the children then that child is the wolf and the game starts again.
NIGHTTIME YOUTH GAMES
GLOW PARTY GAMES
If you want to really amazing and excite your youth group with some fun indoor games, set up a glow party and play fun some glow in the dark party games. The easiest way to set up a glow party is using LED black light strip lights. They attach to the walls with an adhesive backing so there is no need to screw fixing clips into the walls.
It's an easy way to make your youth group hall truely spectacular looking.
Creating some of the games below wil also decorate the area in neon colors.
Use neon tape to create classic games on the floor like hopscotch or handball.
Blow up lots of neon balloons for classic ballon games like the butt pop game.
Stick down large colorful neon paper circles to the floor so you can play glowing twister.
Have the kids wear white shirts and supply heaps of highlighter pens so they can sign each others shirts.
Use fluorescent colored dodgeballs for indoor games of glowing dodgeball.
The youth groups we have supplied our glowave black light kits to have told us the the kids have has a absolute blast and that they will do it every year now. The blacklights are made with high quality LEDs that will last a very long time through a huge number of glow party events.
Click here for more information about setting up a glow party for kids.
Spotlight is a thrilling flashlight game that's sure to be popular with youth groups. It's similar to hide-and-seek and can be played indoors or outdoors at night. One person is the "spotter" with a flashlight, while others hide. The spotter finds players by shining the flashlight on them and saying "spotlight." Players try to avoid getting caught, and the game ends when all players are found or time runs out. The first person found becomes the next spotter. A variation of the game is where players have to try to sneak back to a designated area without being caught and then they are safe. This circle is usually in the middle of the play area where the seeker starts from.
Spotlight promotes physical activity as it involves running, hiding, and dodging, which can provide an excellent cardiovascular workout for the players.
Encourages teamwork: Players must work together to avoid being caught and can strategize to help each other stay hidden.
Builds social skills: Spotlight can provide a fun and engaging environment for youths to interact with each other and make new friends.
Provides a fun and exciting way to spend time outdoors or indoors: Spotlight can be played in various settings, making it a versatile game that can be enjoyed by youths in different environments.
FUNDRAISING IDEAS FOR YOUTH GROUPS
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