FOUR WAY TRAFFIC JAM: Youth Group Games

Quick Overview:

A 4 team, 4 corner game in which students race across the room in various ways.

Supplies You’ll Need:

1. At least 4 people.
2. A room with 4 Corners.
3. A list of funny methods of movement. Crab walking, somersaults, crawling, and moonwalking should get you started.

Prep:

Make sure your playing area is clear of any obstacles, then count off your students to form 4 teams. Assign each team a corner and have them move to the corresponding corner to get ready to race. Before the game begins announce the method of movement chosen for the round. All teams will use the same method until a new round begins.

Game Play:

The first team to move all of their players to the opposite corner of the room using the assigned method of movement wins.

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