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TWO AGAINST ONE

Lance Scarbrough of Cumberland students submitted this game: Two vs One. I like his train of thinking on this game twist. Here are the instructions straight from Lance’s keyboard. Enjoy. Players: 3 One student who is confident, can beat anyone, anytime. Two students to compete against the confident student. For this game, you’ll need a […]

BLINDFOLD JENGA

There’s more than likely a large junk of you out there that have played Jenga with a blindfold. Undoubtedly, there’s even a larger chunk that have played without it. Either way, this would make for a great upfront volunteer game. I would play this game with large block Jenga. To play recruit a handful of […]

BALANCE TUG

Balance Tug is a pretty straightforward game. Recruit two volunteers per round. They will stand five feet across from each other. Each person must crouch without their bottom touching the ground. They must also keep their feet together. No wide stances. Give them the opposing ends of a tug of war style rope. When the […]

DRAG SLAP OR KISS

Jai Anderson at Grandview Church submitted this volunteer game that you can use at your next event. This is the kind of game that you can recruit a leader to act as the recipient for a good laugh as the student administers the consequence. You can recruit 2-3 students then ask them to each pick their […]

AW SNAP!

Aw Snap is a volunteer game that requires a bit of setup and testing. You will need two life jackets, bungee cord, two apples, and two baseball tees. Ask your leaders if you can borrow the items and avoid the expenses. This game appeared on Ellen in 2011. The video below pretty much explains the […]