Games for All Ages: 100 Fun Activities Everyone Can Play

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Youth Ministry Games that can be enjoyed by all! Need some fresh zany games? Better yet, games people any age can play? Then this book is for you! You will add to your game repertoire with: 100 new games to build your youth or family ministry! Four types of games: – High-Action games – Low-Key games – Get-to-Know-You games – And Games with a Point. Great youth games that go over the top when you involve people of all ages. Flexible fun! Team competition, new twists on sports, fun in pairs! Relationship-building ...
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Overview

Youth Ministry Games that can be enjoyed by all! Need some fresh zany games? Better yet, games people any age can play? Then this book is for you! You will add to your game repertoire with: 100 new games to build your youth or family ministry! Four types of games: – High-Action games – Low-Key games – Get-to-Know-You games – And Games with a Point. Great youth games that go over the top when you involve people of all ages. Flexible fun! Team competition, new twists on sports, fun in pairs! Relationship-building fun! In a non-threatening way, people get to know each other, or spark important discussions! A variety of physical levels, creative (yet practical) supplies and fresh ideas give these games intergenerational appeal! Use these games for fun, meaningful times for your even more family-friendly. Have a blast and build relationships at the same time! Need some fresh zany games? Better yet, games people any age can play? Then this book is for you! You will add to your game repertoire with: 100 new games to build your youth or family ministry! Four types of games: – High-Action games – Low-Key games – Get-to-Know-You games – And Games with a Point. Great youth games that go over the top when you involve people of all ages. Flexible fun! Team competition, new twists on sports, fun in pairs! Relationship-building fun! In a non-threatening way, people get to know each other, or spark important discussions! A variety of physical levels, creative (yet practical) supplies and fresh ideas give these games intergenerational appeal! Use these games for fun, meaningful times for your even more family-friendly. Have a blast and buildrelationships at the same time!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764422164
  • Publisher: Group Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/1/2001
  • Pages: 109
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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Finally-a collection of group games for your ministry, all suitable for family and intergenerational events! You can play the fun games in this book in your youth ministry, at adult fellowship gatherings, or at all-church events! These games are designed to bring generations together-from preteens to seniors, these one hundred games really are fun for all ages!

This book includes four types of games: high-action games, low-key games, get-to-know-you games, and games with a point. The games involve a variety of physical activity levels to appeal to people of different ages and energy levels. The games also use creative (yet practical) supplies and fresh ideas to make for a unique collection of fun activities.

Use these games to help people in your church get to know each other and to spark important discussions. Use them to draw families closer together and to promote discussion between parents and their children. Games for All Ages provides fun ways to help players grow as they're having fun!
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Table of Contents


Introduction
Section 1: High-Action Games
Alphabet Bible Race
Around the World
Attached Relay
Baby's Bedtime
Beach Ball Relay
Brady Boggle
Bubbly Softball
Candy Manipulation
Cats and Dogs
Centipede Race
Circle Up
Double-Trouble Kickball
Find That Picture
Find the Shades
Fishing for People
Foursquare Volleyball
Group Juggling
Hoop Loopers
Indoor Obstacle Foam Softball
Lazy Foosball
Name That Year
Pair Shapes
Pillow Polo
Starting Lineup
Stick 'Em
Triple Softball
Zany Mini-Golf
Section 2: Low-Key Games
ABC Conversation
Biblical Family Feud
Board Game Tournament
Bringing Up Baby
Calendar Corrections
Choose Your Own Ending
Dressing Derby
Fill in the Blanks
Food Fight
Get Off My Back
Looking for...
Make Me a New Face
Mini-Me Racers
Partner Scramble
Person, Place, or Thing
Pin the Prize
Pressure Pass
Progressive Story
Signal Swap
Toe Tap
Tool Time
Towers of Babel
Value Debate
When I Was a Kid
Section 3: Get-to-Know-You Games
Bite the Lemon
Chat Circles
Colors, Candy, Careers
Dark Discussions
Dessert Shuffle
Famous Authors
Foot Skits
I Believe in Music
If You...
Impersonation
In My Day
In Touch
Likes/Dislikes
Lock 'n' Guess
Name Scramble
Personality Pictionary
Quick Sort
Rhyming Facts
Ribbon Pull
Roll a Conversation
Same Old, Same Old
Shake, Play, and Hug
Trivia Scavenger Hunt
What's Your Number?
Section 4: Games With a Point
Anaconda
Balloon Blast
BlindDrawings
Blind Sandwich Maker
Captain Crossing
Compass Journey
Dental Scripting
Distinctly Designed
Harvest Trip-Up
Hat Elimination
It's a Draw
Leading the Blind
Mind Meld
Nuclear Family
Orange Puzzles
Pick a Family
Putting the Pieces Together
Seeing Jesus
Sew Expressive
Show Your Fruit
Sign of the Times
Three to Get Ready...
Ultimate Cookie Catch
Unique Ingredients
What's in a Name?
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