Have every attendee at your club or youth group come forward and take one penny. In this game it’s every man/woman for them self. Each attendee will take the penny and place it on their chin. They must balance it on their chin. When I say balance I don;t mean that the penny will stand on its edge. It should lay flat on the chin. This means that kids will be looking up to the ceiling.

If done right everyone should be looking up in the air with the penny placed on the bottom of their chin. You can’t lick it or stealthily use your gum. On go all of the kids will try to knock off other kids pennies off their chin while making sure their penny does not get swatted off or falls. If a player’s penny falls they are out. No one is allowed to touch their own penny with their hands again once the game has started. No cheating. To win you must be the last one with a penny on your chin and have never touched it to put it back in place or picked it off the ground and put it back on your chin.

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4 Responses to “PENNY CHINNY”

  1. Pete Eicher March 15, 2011 at 9:18 am #

    Are they allowed to use their hands to knock the other players pennies off, or is it just supposed to be by bumping in to each other?

  2. chadswanzy March 15, 2011 at 9:31 am #

    no they need to use their hands to knock off the penny

  3. Zachary Forget August 25, 2011 at 9:22 pm #

    I agree with Pete, the instructions could use a bit of clarification.

    When the penny is “balanced,” that merely means it’s on the chin, right? It doesn’t have to be standing up or anything?

    Also, how to play is still a little confusing for me. You need to swipe the penny off of your opponents, using only your hands? Or do you body check them (the hockey version? haha)

    Can’t wait to try it out though, it looks like fun!

  4. chadswanzy August 26, 2011 at 7:29 am #

    Try reading it again.

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