Fun activities dating
What kid doesn’t want to see their pastor or leader shave their head? Challenge your kids to memorize a specific memory verse one week.If every child can recite the verse back to you the next time you meet, then they get to enjoy watching you get your head shaved. Proverbs 3:5 is a good one, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.” Kids love to participate while they are in the crowd.
After all, that’s what family reunions are all about! Make it super unique by creating your own ‘course’, split the family into teams, and at each ‘hole’ have a fun, family fact, trivia question, or mind game for each small group to complete before moving on to the next hole.Summertime is one of my most favorite times because it’s a great excuse to get together with your family. That’s why we gathered the most unique and fun activities to help you plan your next family reunion. However, planning the perfect reunion can be time-consuming and it can definitely be difficult to find activities that everyone will love!Growing up in church was an amazing experience for me and still is.I can remember many great times that I had in the different stages of my life in youth group.Instead of keeping score, the fun becomes learning more about your family and building friendships.
Grab these great frisbee golf discs while you’re at it!
I have broken these ideas into 5 categories: 5 for youth, 5 for junior highers, and 5 for high schoolers. The farther a child gets in this game gets them a better reward.
Bozo buckets is a great way to let kids just have fun. Hoola-hoops are always a fun way to start out a lesson for the youth. Play some upbeat Christian music and let the kids have fun!
Whoever has the last un-popped balloon is the winner! Write different point values on the front and have a competition to see who can bounce ping pong balls into the cups and get the most points.
You might be surprised to see who ends up being the winner!
It has been proposed that play or recreational activities are outlets of or expression of excess energy, channeling it into socially acceptable activities that fulfill individual as well as societal needs, without need for compulsion, and providing satisfaction and pleasure for the participant.