Exactly like Control and Choas except for the eviromentally sound. Instead of business cards provide ‘Chaos’ agents with soda crackers. You won’t have to worry about littering and the local wildlife has a lovely snack left over from the game. If you want to leave packets of peanut butter and jam after you’re done that’s your perogative.
I provided this back story to set up the game. I honestly didn’t think it was going to work but it did!
“Everyone knows that the best thing to have with Chicken Noodle Soup is Soda Crackers and the people of Chickensoupatopia sure love their soup. A trade blockade has been set up around the nation of Chickensoupatopia (the 10′ – 15′ circle) by the BeefNoodleTonians who do not like soda crackers at all. The Queen/or King of Chickensoupatopia has called out to all Chickensoupatopians around the world to try to break through the blockade with their soda crackers”.
It is best to have one of your leaders or a non-active youth act as the Queen or King. They just have to stand there. At the end of the game take all the crackers, whole and in pieces and whoever has the most crackers wins the game.
Dare a kid to eat some of the crackers or leave them for the critters. The choice is yours.
This is a take off of the old vibrating electric football games. The quarterback calls “hike” and eligible receivers (everyone) runs their patterns. When the quarterback yells “stop” everybody freezes and he tries to complete a pass. Play resumes when the pass is either complete or incomplete. We play two hand touch, no first downs, and no rushing the quarterback.
The game is played much like kickball. The players are divided into two teams. One team takes the field and the other team is the kicking team. One at a time, the members of the kicking team kicks the ball and runs the bases. However, the goal of the fielding team is to return the ball to the pitcher. Those on the kicking team continue to run the bases until the ball is in the pitcher’s hand. Once the ball is in the pitchers hand, the runners stop whereever they are. On bases, between bases, etc. If a runner reaches home they receive a point for their team and continue on to first base again. Once everyone on the kicking team has had a chance to kick the ball and run the bases, the teams switch. If you have more than 10 people on a team, the runners are out of energy after only one or two innings– Thus the name Duracell Kickball.
Divide your group into 2 teams. There has to be a main point where people from each team if hit with a water bomb must go for 1 minute. Each team also has to hide their flag from the other team. Once the game has started, they have to get the flag from the other team. Using water bombs as the defence for your two teams. Once a person has been hit by a water bomb, they are escorted to jail. Players rush or storm the opposite team by running to try and find the flag — but if you get hit — off to jail you go. Once a team member has picked up the flag they have to run back to where there flag is without being hit. If they are hit with a water bomb they must drop the flag where they were hit. After the opposite team’s flag has reached it’s opponents side–the game is finished.
You divide into 2 teams. Each team gets a bucket of eggs. (1-2 eggs per person). You play somewhat like normal Capture the Flag but you try to see how many of your team’s eggs can make their way to the other people’s side. (Every side should have an empty bucket for the other team’s eggs.) Throwing eggs is not suggested but if an egg is thrown the person that threw it is out.
Materials: water bags (bombs) the more, the merrier!
Wet, messy, and lots of fun! Make groups of at least 8-10 individuals. Situate each group within throwing distance from the other groups. With the groups already in place, limit a group’s area by drawing a round border around them, big enough to allow movement among the group members. Instruct the group members never to go beyond their circle no matter what. Each group selects a “queen”, all the others either become the “worker or soldier drones”. The worker drones should protect the queen from getting wet. They may huddle together around the queen to form a protective barrier. Soldier drones are tasked to assault the other groups. Distribute the water bags equally among each group. At your signal, the fight begins. Note: The soldier drones may block incoming water bombs or catch some and hurdle it back to the other groups. When all the water bombs are exhausted, the group’s queen with the driest clothes wins the game.
I used to play this is primary school. I think this is an oldie!
Two large even teams separate and stand in a line and link arms. the two teams stand at opposite ends of the ‘field’ facing each other. One team starts and shouts ‘red rover, red rover, we call ‘Helen’ over’.
Helen the has to run over to the other team and has one try to break one of the linked arms! If she is unsuccessful then she has to join that team, if she is successful then the 2 people who’s link was broken must join her team. the other team does the same.
The winning team is the one that has the most people.
This is an excellent game for nearly all ages. 8+ but ideal for teens.
You will need:
1. A large playing area
2. One Soccerball
3. 4 marking cones
4. Cricket stumps (on a stand)
Set the stumps up and then place one marking cone a decent lenghth away. With the other three marking cones mark a straight diagonal line towards NW from the stumps. Increase the distance between cones as you go.
The bowler will roll the ball UNDERARM at the batsmen and the batsman can kick it in any direction. If they get caught or are bowled then they are out. The batsman will score 1 run for running around the first cone and returning to his/stumps. 2 for running round the 2nd cone and 3 runs for running round the third cone. The twist is that if the fielders return the ball to the bowler then they can bowl at any time. If the batsman isnt there then they may well be bowled. It is great to watch the ultra competative ones just get back to give the ball a slight tap 5-6 times in a row and then get bowled out simply because they are out of breath!!!
You need to collect a lot of cardboard boxes (the bigger the better), big rubber balls, or something that won’t hurt when hit by it, and some duct tape. Split the youth into two groups. I like to scatter the cardboard over a big area and have the kids race to get as much as they can. When the teams have their cardboard they build and name battleships. (Ships do not have to have a bottom or a back on them)The ship does not have to be able to withstand a hit but it needs to stand up on its own. Each team picks a couple of people to be the shooters and the rest of the people man a ship. (2-5 people in a ship) The shooters will be blindfolded and pointed in the direction of the other teams ships but they don’t know where they are so they have to listen to their own teams instructions on where to throw. If a ship gets hit a person is out. Whoever destroys the other team’s battleships first wins.
This one is just like regular baseball but with some fun things added. You’ll need a Nerf ball the size of a softball or some kind of ball you can throw at people with out hurting them. I would also suggest using a big goofy bat like a child’s big plastic bat. We use my daughter’s old plastic bat.
You’ll basically play this game like regular Baseball but since you are using a ball you can throw at people you can get runners out by hitting them with the ball (tagging them out by hitting them). You won’t need catching gloves because the ball is soft so you can catch it barehanded.
This game can also be played indoors since the ball will be soft like a Nerf ball or Gator Skin ball. Please fill free to make up your own rules to make the game even goofier.