There are as many team games as there are fish in the sea. It is always an advantage to have some good team games which are feasible and easy in the bag of tricks.
A chain of clothes is made using the clothes/materials.
The game is very hectic, very loud and for this reason, is often called the chaos game.
Each team stands in a double row back to back and holds hands through the legs with two other players. Then the caterpillar tries to walk.
The other players keep giving answers which do not match the questions.
A message is passed on by shouting. The opposing team tries to stop the message being passed on by screaming loudly.
Complete a distance with X minus Y feet.
As few hands and feet as possible have contact to the ground.
Which team out of the group can put on the most clothes?
A cotton ball is vacuumed with a straw and passed on to the second player
The first player lights a match, blows it out and places it back in the matchbox and passes the matchbox to the next player.
A match box on the table is pushed along as far as possible with strong blowing.
The contents of a bottle must be transferred several times.
Players are blindfolded and must guess whose legs belong to whom
The players are however sitting on old cut-offs of carpet and try to bring a balloon into the opponent’s goal.
The blanket must be turned so that the underside is on the top without the players leaving the blanket.
Each player pins 5 clothespins to his clothing and try to grab the other players clothespins.
Find blindfolded 10 clothespins by the other players.
Each group throws cotton wool at the other group into their field or onto their clothes.
Each player must put all the matches back into the empty matchbox using two of the matches.
Players throw tokens from a distance of 3-4 meters as close as possible to a wall.
Each team tries to shoot their tokens from the nearest side to the farthest side of the tables.
Using a table held as a slope, playing stones are rolled down the ski jump into a tub.
Simple catchphrases are presented on a piece of paper to the chosen player, who must then present the catchphrase to the audience.
The self made paper planes are tested for their flight distance and time they spend in the air.
The self made paper boats are tested for their ability to swim and their strength.
Gummi bears must be shot down with rubbers
2 player run through an obstacle course while tied together with a newspaper without the paper ripping.
A matchbox is placed on the nose of the first player who passes it to the nose of the second player.
Beer mats are thrown into a paper basket or circle of chalk from a distance of 3-4 metres.
2 parties try to push the opponent's corks in their direction with a tennis ball.
A blindfolded player must now walk along a snaking rope.
A pile of playing cards is put on the top of a bottle. Each player must blow one or more cards off of the pile.
A marshmallow is passed from one player to the next with the mouth.
Take the gloves, puts them on and takes the next piece of chewing gum and chews it.
Create an artwork with chewing gums.
A ball must go in one pants leg and out the other leg.
One player must roll the ball up to the face of his partner without using his hands.
Blindfolded and within 60 seconds, players get dressed.
A coin is placed on his head. He must try to get the coin into the funnel.
Throw and catch a Frisbee.
4 players make up one football player. With their backs to each other they must hold each others hands.
A smuggling game in the sports hall.
Similar game to seated football but once the players have chosen a place to sit, they must stay there.
An indoor snowball fight with paper balls, polystyrene balls or cotton wool.
Guess the smallest and the largest waists from…
Each team makes balls out of the newspapers and throws them to the opposing teams side.
Each child smears some Vaseline onto their chin, sticks his head in the bowl of cotton wool balls and runs back.
Different measurements are taken.
If the group leaders need a good night’s sleep, this game for 6-20 players should tire the kids out.
Two players use 5-10 clothespins to attach themselves together and go through an obstacle course.
Coins are thrown into a tub which should land in a marked out circle.
Two players sit opposite each other and try to squirt some shaving foam off the opponent’s face with water pistols.
Several blindfolded members of the group guard 3 stools each with an object under them. The rest of the group tries to sneak up.
Some games with using corks
Costumes and fashion show with designer clothes made from paper.
Instead of hockey sticks and puck, a rolled up newspaper and tennis ball will be used
Shoot the opponent's bottles over and stand your own bottles back up if they are knocked over.
A game without using hands.
A hockey game using toilet brushes as hockey sticks.
The pair stands back to back, either tied together and must build a tower.
Ring hockey is a team game which is suitable for a large recreational room, sports hall or corridor.
Long balloons are used as hockey sticks and the round balloons are the pucks.
Each member on the team gets a balloon which is placed back to belly between the teams players.
The first player puts on a shirt, jacket, pants, socks hat and then gloves. When finished, he takes them all off and gives them to the next player.
The winning team is the first team to have all special offers.
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