Top Ten Teen Activities

#10 – YP’s House Have the teens over at your house for food, fun, and fellowship! Provide snack type foods, games such as catch phrase, charades, and win, lose, or draw, or a variety of “minute to win it” style games. Materials • Your home, food, and games Benefits • Gives a great opportunity for…

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Among Us IRL

To play in real life, you need at least 10 players. If you have an even number over 10, you could split them into groups to take turns with each round. I. TASKS First, set up all the tasks throughout your church property. The more scattered the better. If all your tasks are too close,…

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Christmas Caroling

Activity:  Go sing Christmas carols to different people. Description: Practice with your youth group for 2 to 3 weeks before you are going to go out caroling. Compile a list of people in your church that are shutins\in a hospital\elderly\in a nursing home\etc. After you have compiled your list of names and addresses, bring the…

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PAND-EPIC FUNDRAISER

Though times are currently difficult, and big summer events are approaching for your youth department, here’s an easy way to raise money for your teens.  Being a camp director, I’ve learned to get creative in the ways we raise money. While I could easily plan a fundraiser a week or two down the road, here’s…

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ZOOM 2.0

1. Family Feud To play this the same way we did you must first download the app sidekick This is a great game for a guys vs girls competition. Determine which side goes first and then give them the category. If they get the answer right then they get to choose whether their team wants…

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ZOOM: Epic Online Activity

1: One Word: Begin the story with a few words and then let each teen fill in a word. “The handsome prince….” “The old brown dog” *This also serves as a good way to test audio and connection. 2: Either, Or: Choose a teen or worker to be the person answering questions. Ask that person…

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4 Games That Will Keep Quarantine Exciting

We get it. Quarantine is not as fun as you thought it was going to be. We all figured it was going to only be a short time of relaxation from normal life, but as we go on and on you’re getting restless. Here are some unusual games that will break up the monotony of…

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The Great Pie Bake-Off!

Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish there was a teen activity where I didn’t have to do anything but eat pie!”? I know I have! That’s why I present to you, “The Great Pie Bake-Off!” Everybody loves pie! Anyone that doesn’t is a communist! Ok, maybe it’s not that serious. This activity was a…

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CHOPPED

This “mystery box” cooking competition doesn’t actually eliminate any teams….or involve any cooking.  But we had a blast!  Teams were assigned to create one dessert and one non-dessert with their items. When asked if they had to use every item, we said it could be worth extra points. Box 1–Strawberries, banana bread, 1 can beans,…

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Restaurant Relay

1. Split kids up into groups of 4 or 5 depending on size of the group. 2. You have to make sure you have drivers for this activity like folks in the church or staff to drive. 3. You have to have 5 envelopes for each team and you have the teens bring 5 bucks.…

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