Sit down if you…

Simple game, get everybody to stand up at the start (put their hand up or some other way of signalling if they have disability). Then proceed to ask a series of questions. If any of the audience can say yes, they remain standing…  Useful way to whittle down and...

Imagination

You’ll need a variety of different household items, etc Presenting one prop at time either have Each player use their imagination and act out as many alternative ideas for the prop they have been given, Pass the same object around players in a circle and see what each player...

Heads Down, Thumbs Up (for audiences)

Requires 3 children/players to be able to move around among the other children. So not suited for audiatoriums where seats are close to each other and little room for movement between those seated. 3 or 4 players are selected and stand to one side or one the stage. On...

Simon Says…

An old one, very simple, but still good to have up your sleeve, that I was reminded off at football training today. It’s a nice one for parties and works better for younger children, but older children/teenagers will probably appreciate the more challenging variations. Nominate one person to be...

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