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All Stars Youth Game

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Give each person a piece of paper and have them draw a self-portrait. Ask them to puttheir name on it (in case it's not obvious who it is!). You can spend a little or a long time onthis first half of the activity. When everyone is finished, stick them all up on a wall.The second step of this exercise involves handing out some stars.
 

Action Bingo Youth Game

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This game is like normal bingo but instead of crossing off numbers, you cross off activities you observe other people in the group doing.
 

Acrostic Youth Game Activity

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An acrostic is an arrangement of words in which certain letters in each line, when taken in order, spell out a word or motto.Ask each person in the group to introduce themselves to each other by using words or phrases that describe them to create acrostics of their own names (or nicknames).
 

Aardvark Relay

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The Name 5 game is very simple.For this game, all you need is a stopwatch or clock with a second hand.One person from each group or teams plays the game at a time.Prepare the different categories in advance and choose the number of categories to be used based on the group size and time limitations.The person is then given a category such as "Cities".
 

A Perfect Square

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Similar to musical chairs or "Have you ever", this game involves the group sitting around on chairs in a circle. There should be one less chair than there are people, leaving one person standing in the middle of the circle.The person in the middle begins a sentence with the words "A cold wind blows..." and then describes an attribute that refers to one or more players.
 

A Cold Wind Blows

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Similar to musical chairs or "Have you ever", this game involves a group sitting around on chairs in a circle. There should be one less chair than there are participants, leaving one person standing in the middle of the circle.The participant in the middle begins a sentence with the phrase "A cold wind blows..." and then describes an attribute that refers to one or more players.
 

Name 5 Game

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The Name 5 game is very simple.For this game, all you need is a stopwatch or clock with a second hand.One participant from each group or team plays the game at a time.Prepare the different categories in advance and choose the number of categories to be used on the group size and time limitations.The person is then given a category such as "Cities".
 
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