5 games found
Balloons are a great alternative to traditional game balls when you're working in smaller spaces or with younger children. While balloon volleyball is a softer and gentler version of the real thing, it's no less intense when you have competitive children!
Grab your fedora and your whip and buckle in for a puzzling adventure! In this game the children collaborate with one another to solve a mysterious puzzle and get to the prize at the end of the dungeon.
Stepping stones mark our hero's path through a dangerous, booby-trapped dungeon. Only 1 path allows the hero through unharmed. One wrong step and you're done for! Children must work together to traverse the path 1 at a time, memorizing the correct - and the incorrect - steps.
Two great twists on a classic game of Hide-and-Seek! Version 1: Divide into groups of three or more children. One group is "it" and the remaining groups hide, but each group must remain together. The first group found will be "it" next, but if all groups return to base, the...
This is an easy object lesson for a message about sharing, teamwork, or being neighborly. Children try to get the candy bars, but they can only reach them by working together!
Up-Down is a simple, no-prep that's great for small groups in a classroom setting. Requiring only a single coin to play, it can be used as a 60 second intro game, or as a time filler while waiting for the pastor to finish his sermon.