Creamed Whistle (game)

Material: Whistles, Paper Plates and Whip Cream

Players: Small to Medium Groups

Instructions: Lay out paper plates on a table and place one clean whistle on each plate. Cover each whistle with one scoop of whip cream. Each player will run to the table, bend over with hands behind their backs and find the whistle with their mouth. They are to position the whistle in their mouth and the first to blow the whistle is the winner. As a team game, the first whistle blower earns points for their team. Clean off whistles with hot soapy water and start again with new plates and fresh whip cream.

Lesson Themes: ?

Source: FunAttic.com

Elephant Stampede (game)

Materials: Poole Noodles (cut into 18-inch sections)

Instructions:  Depending on the size of the group have anywhere from one to three students be “it”. These players will hold a pool noodle in each hand and chase the other students within the predetermined boundaries. The person must hit others below the knees with either noodle. When someone is tagged they hold hands with the person who tagged them and with their outside hands each holds a piece of pool noodle. They are now both “it.” They chase after other players. As they tag other players, they hold their hands and pass the insulation to the outside person on each end of the line. The object is to be the last person tagged.

Lesson Themes: ?

Source: YouthSpecialties.com

The Color Game (game)

Materials: N/A

Instructions:  Pick a color. Players go from person to person as long as they can trying to name something of that color, but they only have three seconds to think. If a player is unable to name something he or she is out for that round (the chosen color) Play until you have a winner for each color.

Lesson Themes: ?

Source: YouthSpecialties.com

 

Guess the Gargle (game)

Materials: Glass of Water

Instructions:  Secretly show a volunteer the name of a well-known song or tune (top chart song, worship song, nursery rhyme, etc.) Have the volunteer take a mouthful of water and gargle the tune while others try to guess what song it is.

Lesson Themes: ?

Source: YouthSpecialties.com