Game Description (for a small youth group) Select six students and pair them up.
According to youth, the top 5 reasons they are involved with a group are: They want to listen to someone who understands what they’re going through, including the process of figuring out who they are and where they belong.
And like all human beings, they want their lives to have purpose, to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
Each player has to race to a table on the other side of the room.
They then have to pick up a piece of bubble gum, unwrap it and start chewing it. This can be more difficult if you use old-fashioned bubble bum, such as Bazooka.
pamphlet and test themselves on what they know by heart! It is also available in our August combo package HERE.
Included are some really great and effective scripture study activities like this one where they dig into Article of Faith #13 and see it as a guideline for dating behavior.The first “contestant” to cross the finish line wins.Game Description (for a large youth group) Divide the group into teams (two or three works best).You’re probably thinking, “Well yeah, every youth worker needs good activity ideas! ” Fun youth activities and team building are great things.The real purpose behind these youth activities is to segue way into your teaching or devotional time.They then have to blow a bubble and stick it to a piece of paper on the wall for their team using only their mouth. Let your imagination guide you in playing various games dedicated to the New Year. Fill baby bottles with juice and players have to drink it to see who can finish first (use 4 ounce bottles).