Dating games for adult groups
Take string or yarn, cut it at arms' width and tie them to the individual "Blow Pops." You now have enough "Blow Pop" Necklaces for each student and staff to have three. As students walk in, hand them a PRE MADE card that has only ONE of the following on it: 1. You don’t want 20 of one song and only 3 of another. Pass out about 4-5 clothespins per kid in the room and instruct them to pin them on their own sleeves.As students and staff arrive, place three Blow Pop necklaces on their necks. Silent Night (“Silent Night, Holy Night, All is calm, All is bright…”) 2. Explain that when the music begins, the object of the game is to get all clothes pins off themselves and on to someone else. (You may want to put girls on one side of room and guys on another; guys can get a little frisky sticking clothespins on girls).Put a twist on the game by putting in only ONE card that says "donkey" and giving it to a very secure student (but don't tell him/her they're the only donkey). This is a quick one that is a fun way to divide into teams. For instance, if a student is in the movie group “A Christmas Carol,” he or she will keep saying “I’m the ghost of Christmas past,” until he or she finds the rest of his or her teammates. (In other words, spread them out as much as possible.) When you say go, students assemble themselves into ONE of the FOUR possible music groups by continually singing their lyrics printed on their card.After all of the animals have found each other, there will still be one poor kid out there Hee-Hawing his head off to no avail! As students walk in, hand them a PRE MADE card that has only ONE of the following on it: 1. The object of the mixer is to be the first movie group that fully assembles the quickest. For instance, if a student is in the music group “Silent Night,” he or she will keep singing “Silent Night, Holy Night, All is calm, All is bright…”) until he or she finds the rest of her teammates.Every time they write a word that isn't associated with the previous set of words it is a degree of separation! Have the student who signed the list verify the information. If Joe signed that item, have Joe come up and demonstrate.
Create a circle with chairs and one couch, enough seats for everyone playing plus one extra seat.
Hand out cards randomly to the kids and tell them to not tell anyone their animal. A Christmas Carol (“I’m the ghost of Christmas past.”) When it comes time to play the game, have students form a circle around the perimeter of the room.
When you give the signal, have them make the sound of their animal as loud as possible until they find their entire group. This is also a great way to split your group up into teams for more games! It’s a Wonderful Life (“Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.”) 3. (In other words, spread them out as much as possible.) When you say go, students assemble themselves into ONE of the FOUR possible movie groups by continually saying their line printed on their card. I’ll be so blue just thinking about you.”) When it comes time to play the game, have students form a circle around the perimeter of the room.
Cannot use the same person for more than four times.
Give a copy of this clock and a pen/pencil to every student in the group.
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Also, if you have enough adult leaders, put one in each group; this is a great way for students to connect with them, as well. The Point: Remembering names of people in your group. The goal of this game is to work your way up by beating other players at Rock-Scissors-Paper to the “position” of king or queen. Added by Brad Williams Also see Ape, Man, Lady (Click Here) and Ninja, Gun, Gorilla (Click Here). Give out the "Find Someone Who" list to students and have them go from student to student looking for someone who meets the descriptions on their list. The student who fits this description signs their name.