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Materials: Flour and two edible prizes.
- Pour flour into a large bowl, along with a prize.
- Compact the flour and turn it out onto a flat surface.
- Lightly balance a prize on top of the “mountain.”
- Each child takes turns cutting away a slice of the mountain.
- If the prize on top falls, they are out. Replace the prize.
- When only one player is left, they have to find the second prize in the flour, with their hands behind their back.
Materials: Books of mazes or maze printouts, pens, a hat, scarf, and gloves for each player.
- Each player is given a copy of the same maze book or five maze printouts. The clothing items are put in one big pile at the opposite end of the room.
- The timekeeper shouts “Go!” and the kids start working their way through the maze.
- When they get to the end of a maze, the child runs to the pile of clothes, selects one item, puts it on, and runs back to their mazes.
- The first player to complete the fifth maze wins.
Materials: Pen and paper.
- Before the game begins, write down several words or phrases on separate pieces of paper. Fold the paper pieces and drop them into a pot. If you need inspiration, check out our charades post for ideas.
- One player takes a slip of paper out of the pot and has to mime the word or phrase to the other players.
- Whoever gets the word takes over and mimes the next word.
- Play in teams and time the mime. If the player’s team guesses the word correctly before the time is up, they get a point. If they don’t get the word in time, the other team guesses and, if they are right, they get the point.
- Purchase a pre-made charades game.
Materials: Lots of socks.
- Split everyone into two teams.
- Put a line down the center of the room and put one team on each side.
- Ball up socks and put an equal number of socks on each side.
- Set a timer, and players must throw their socks onto the other team’s side of the room.
- When the timer goes off, players stop and whichever team has the fewest socks on their side, wins.
- Don’t use a timer. Instead, the first team to get all of their socks onto the other side wins.
- Use crinkled-up balls of newspaper or stuffed toys instead of socks.
Materials: All you need is players.
- One player makes a random movement, such as a jump or a wave.
- The next player makes the same movement, then adds one of their own.
- The third player makes the first, then the second movement, and adds one of their own, and so on.
- The first player to get the chain wrong is out.
- Limit the types of movements that can be made, by implementing rules such as you can’t add a movement with your left hand.
- Rather than the person to the left going next, the mover nominates another, random player.
Materials: A blindfold for each player and some wrist bells.
- Every player, except one, is blindfolded.
- The last player has bells attached to their wrists and ankles.
- The blindfolded players have to catch “it.”
- When a player catches “it,” they hand over their blindfold and have the bells attached, and carry on.
Materials: Large bar of chocolate, knife and fork, gloves, hat, scarf, and a die.
- Unwrap the bar of chocolate and place it on a tray or large plate, along with the knife and fork.
- Everyone sits in a circle, with the chocolate in the center.
- The first person rolls the die.
- If they get a six, they go to the center of the circle, put on the hat, scarf, and gloves, and start eating the chocolate with the knife and fork.
- If they do not throw a six, that person passes the die to the next player, who then throws it, and so on.
- Each time someone throws a six, they go into the center and take over from the person eating, who then goes to sit down again.
- Use mittens instead of gloves, which makes it harder to eat the chocolate.
Materials: Players and a coin.
- One person is the coin tosser.
- Everyone else puts their hands either on their heads or their bottoms.
- The coin is tossed and if it lands heads up, everyone with their hands on their bottom sits down.
- If the coin lands tails up, everyone with their hands on top of their heads sits down.
- Keep going until there are only two players left.
- One must choose a head and one tail.
- The last person standing, wins.
Materials: Pen or pencil, and paper.
- Write the names of random objects such as “cat” or “book” on pieces of paper, fold them up, and drop them in a pot.
- One player draws a slip of paper that lists the item for other players to guess. The drawer must not speak.
- The player guesses correctly to become the drawer.
- Use more difficult words or phrases for older kids.
- Use Pictionary or Pictionary Air.
Materials: Pen and paper.
- Write the names of individual cartoon characters on separate pieces of paper and drop the pieces into a pot.
- One player removes a piece of paper but doesn’t read it.
- They hold the paper on their forehead so the other players can read it.
- The player asks questions to try to figure out who the person on their piece of paper is.
- Questions can only have yes or no answers.
- Use famous people, historical figures, fictional characters, celebrities, or other people.
- Play Guess Who?
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