Category: Party Games

These activities and games are useful for all kinds of parties. They are memorable, hilarious, entertaining, interesting… you name it. They are definitely not boring!

Collaborative Drawing

Classroom Icebreaker, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Small Group, Stationary, Team building
Combine your artistic talents together to create the ultimate drawing without seeing what others have added before you! This icebreaker game is good for ages 10 and over. Collaborative Drawing must be played with a minimum of 4 people. There is no maximum amount preferred. If groups get unmanageable, subdivide into smaller sized groups. To play this game you are going to need the following items: Paper for all participants Writing utensils for everyone A timer or stopwatch Setup for Collaborative Drawing You won’t need to set anything up prior to starting this game! How to play Collaborative Drawing Distribute paper and writing utensils to everyone that will be playing. Make sure that the players are sitting in some sort of orderly fashion such as a circle or in straight lines. Instruct…
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Human Rock Paper Scissors

Active, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games
Human Rock Paper Scissors is a fun, quick ice-breaker that can be used for a medium-sized group of people. Many are familiar with the classic hand game, rock-paper-scissors, each of which conquers one another depending on the combination. This game is a play on the game, but requires people to get on their feet, move, and act as a team, rather than an individual. This ice-breaker is especially fun because it can be tailored to many different themes and variations. Setup for Human Rock Paper Scissors As a large group, decide a full-body pose that will signify each element (e.g. Rock – each person of one group will bend down and hug their knees and curl into a ball so they look like a rock, Scissors – each person of one…
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Secret Santa Gift Exchange

Party Games
Who is your Secret Santa? The Secret Santa Gift Exchange is a fun party game that involves buying a gift for somebody -- and that person has no idea who! It's ideal for the holidays, especially during Christmas time. Setup for the Secret Santa Gift Exchange One person needs to be the Secret Santa coordinator. This person needs to generate a list of all the participants for this activity. He or she will then randomize who is assigned to whom. Make sure no one is assigned to themselves. Once everyone is assigned their Secret Santa, the coordinator tells everyone who they have been assigned. Playing Secret Santa Gift Exchange The coordinator emails everyone with the rules and explains to everyone the time limit to buy presents. Two or three weeks is…
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Wink Murder

Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games
Wink Murder is a fun party game in a secret "killer" winks at people in the eye in order to get them eliminated. Try to identify who the wink murderer is before he murders everyone! Setup for Wink Murder This game requires no special materials at all, making it a very convenient game to play. It can be played both outdoors and indoors. Also, no materials are required to be purchased. The only step required is to get everyone together and to have them arranged in a circle. This game works best when there are at least ten people, but no more than thirty, as the game may take too long. Playing Wink Murder Each round, you need a way to determine who is to be the "wink murderer."…
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Who Am I

Classroom Icebreaker, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Talking Games
Who Am I? is a guessing game where you use the traits and characteristics of famous, historical, or company figures to break the ice with each other. Any sized group can play -- you are only limited by your own imagination! Materials required are sticky nametags and a marker. Self-adhesive white Avery labels work great. This game works well for medium to extra large sized groups. Setup for the Who Am I Game Before your group arrives, prepare sticky nametags with the names of famous people (or any other people that EVERYONE in the group will know). For example, you can write: SUPERMAN INDIANA JONES HARRY POTTER BATMAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BRITNEY SPEARS MICKEY MOUSE And so on. If you like, you could also stick labels on each…
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Strange Disease Diagnosis Game

Strange Disease Diagnosis Game

Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Small Group, Stationary, Talking Games
Uh oh, the patient is is acting really strange! What illness does he or she have? The Strange Disease Diagnosis Game (which also goes by several other names, including the Mysterious Illness Game, Doctor Game, Psychiatrist Game, or Diagnosis Game) is a fun party game that involves some acting and guessing. It involves some improvisation and silliness. It works in different sized groups, although smaller groups of about 5-10 people is probably best. Setup for the Strange Disease Diagnosis / Doctor Game / Psychiatrist Game This is a relatively easy drama game which may be improvised or may involve some rehearsal or preparation if you so wish. The easiest way to play this game is to have one person playing the doctor and the other people play the patients. The…
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Ultimate Ninja Game

Ultimate Ninja Game

Active, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games
Ultimate Ninja is one of the fastest, most hilarious party games out there. The primary goal to be the quickest ninja warrior by hitting another player's hand -- while dodging other player's ninja attacks! This activity works best with about ten people in a group. If you have a very large group, subdivide into groups of ten. Ensure you have plenty of space to play this game. Materials required: None -- just a large enough space to play! Setup for Ultimate Ninja Have all players stand in a circle, facing each other, in the middle of a room. To begin, have everyone say together, "Ultimate Ninja!" And then everyone can freeze in a ninja pose. At the beginning of the game, everyone must remember their turn order. Turns go clockwise; thus…
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