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re you planning a Party? If so these E-Books are for you. Fun and games for everyone from kids to grown ups...

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Fun to be found for everyone, this package includes 4 Children's party games
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Overview

re you planning a Party? If so these E-Books are for you. Fun and games for everyone from kids to grown ups...

Details:
Fun to be found for everyone, this package includes 4 Children's party games
Party Games for Teenagers
Party Games for small groups of Adults
Party Games for Large groups of people
Examples of some of the Children's games are: Chinese Whispers, Pass The Parcel, The Chocolate (or Jelly) Game, Musical Chairs, Memory Game .....And many more!

Please remember that these are just samples of some of the games, there are many more inside these wonderful eBooks.

Party Games for Large Groups (more than 8 People)
Dramatized Chinese Whispers
Specially suitable for teenagers
Several people are taken out of the room. One is returned and while the others are entertained by an assistant is told to mime one of the following (or one of your own ideas)
• Changing the nappies of twins
• Bathing an elephant
Before they start, a second person is brought into the room and told to watch. When the first demonstration has been completed, the first person is allowed to retake their place and the second is told that they have to do what they have just seen. Again, before they start, the third person is brought in to see the demonstration. The games ends when the last person has done the mime, and is asked what they have just done.
NOT Dramatized Chinese Whispers
Specially suitable for teenagers
This is a vindictive version of Dramatized Chinese Whispers. One person is taken out of the room and told to mime a duck landing on a frozen lake! Meanwhile, an assistant is telling the remainder of the party guests what they are about to see, and to guess anything else (to encourage the person to continue their mime). The victim is brought back to do their mime. When they have finished, the organizer gets everyone to 'guess' the right answer in unison. It may be appropriate to congratulate the victim with the words. "Well Done ... You certainly have been."
Musical Chairs
The old favourite. With one fewer chairs than people, a short snippet of music is played while the people move around the room. When the music stops
everyone tries to sit on a vacant chair. (Only ONE person per chair) The person who doesn't find a chair is out. One chair is taken away and the game continues until only one person (The Winner) is left.
Horses and Riders
Specially suitable for teenagers
Like Musical Chairs, but the young gentlemen are the horses and the young ladies are the riders. There is one fewer gentlemen than ladies. When the music stops, the ladies have to climb on the backs of the gentlemen. Again, the winners are the last complete couple.
Guess the Picture
A Good game to get people talking together at the start of the party
Collect a set of pictures of your town / locality / personalities etc. and display them on the wall with a number. The guests have to identify them and write the name on a sheet of paper. The winner is the one with the highest score.
Stations
Everyone stands a circle (except one who is standing in the middle) and has been told to remember a different station name. The person in the middle calls out two names. The stations have to change places quickly, before the person in the middle can get to one of the empty spaces. Who ever is left without a place is the person in the middle for the next game.
Who am I
A Good game to get people talking together at the start of the party As they arrive each person has a piece of paper pinned to their back. The paper contains the name of a famous person. By asking questions which can only be answered with "Yes" or "No" such as "Am I still alive?", "Am I fictional?", etc. the person has to guess their name. Successful guessers may have another go.
Bigamy
One Gentleman takes three chairs arranges them in a large circle, along with all the other men. Each...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013954656
  • Publisher: 99 ¢ store, save to buy more
  • Publication date: 2/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 315 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2012

    Would not recommend

    I did not like this at all. Too juvenile for what I was looking for. I was hoping for something like "Minute to win it" Sorry would not recommend.

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