Gym Games

Game: Larry, Curly, and Moe

2019-09-29T12:45:04-06:00

This is a youth ministry game that we started playing about two years ago and is always a great game because it is quick to put together, the supplies are minimal and it is extremely competitive and engaging. The Ideal Setting This game works if you have anywhere from 12-99 people.  Those may seem like

Game: Larry, Curly, and Moe2019-09-29T12:45:04-06:00

Game: Pin Guard

2019-09-29T12:31:53-06:00

I am coming to the realization that the game that our youth group played more than anything is not well known by other youth leaders.  Luckily I have a platform to tell the world about it.  So here it is! Pin Guard = Dodge ball With Pins It really is that simple.  If you know

Game: Pin Guard2019-09-29T12:31:53-06:00

Game: Blind Dodgeball

2019-09-28T19:46:03-06:00

In leading 100’s of games over about 16 years this has been one of the favorites. Materials Needed blindfolds a marked off area (either a square in a gym or made with cones) dodge balls (softer is better) Setup Set up the boundaries.  Have each person find a partner.  One of them will be blindfolded

Game: Blind Dodgeball2019-09-28T19:46:03-06:00

Game: Towel Throw

2019-09-28T05:57:02-06:00

Here’s a quick game that works in almost any setting…plus everybody gets to play. All you need is a hand towel (or dish towel). Here’s how you do it. Prior to the game, tie a small knot in the middle of a hand towel. (You may want to do this to several hand towels to

Game: Towel Throw2019-09-28T05:57:02-06:00

Game: Ships & Sailors

2019-09-27T18:04:18-06:00

This youth group game is great for larger groups and does well in a bigger room or outdoors in the grass.  It is a pretty simple game, and when done with a quick explanation seems to do great!  It is something the youth from retreats and camps that I have been a part in have

Game: Ships & Sailors2019-09-27T18:04:18-06:00