The winning team is the one with the most points at the end. Teaching Holiday or Seasonal Social Media & Texting Topic or Theme Parents & Family Student Leaders Training Events & Camps Videos & Media Admin Tools & Forms Missions Worship e Books DIY Devotionals Dramas & Skits Discussion Guide Bundles Best-selling Staff Picks FREE!Love it, like it, or hate it, he fact of the matter is that our students will play the dating game during their lifetime.As Student Pastors it is our job to biblically instruct and equip our students on how to honor God in all of their relationships including their dating relationships.
) and the winning team is the one with the most correctly guessed characters when the time is up. ) and if it hasn’t been guessed in that time then teams don’t get the point for it.
"Icebreakers" (or ice breakers) are games or activities that break the ice and help people get to know each other at group functions, parties and events.
Ice breaker games are great for small groups or large groups where there are many people who don't know each other.
Set up the chairs in two circles, a small circle and a larger circle outside of that. Some of these topics may need a little longer than 30 seconds, others may need less. This game is a great introduction to the topic of love or dating that also acts as a way for kids to get to know each other and break out of their comfort zone a little.
Make sure that the chairs are facing each other and there are an equal amount of chairs in the inside circle as well as the outside circle. [Game modified by YGG Admin 13 July 2017] Chairs Submitted by Denny on We did this recently with our Middle Schoolers and instead of calling it Speed Dating, we called it Spuddying (Speed Buddying) and they had to find out things about the person across from them that they didn't already know.