GREAT CHRISTIAN GAMES WITH IMPACT
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GREAT CHRISTIAN GAMES WITH IMPACT
Nursery  Rhyme  Night

             Play on a rotating basis 3 a side losing side come off new team on. Team of 3 can form as people arrive.

             Games:  Giant Twister
                 Recite a Rhyme
                 Nursery Rhyme Challenge

            "Recite" a Rhyme
            "Recite" a Rhyme should be played before he challenge so that it is harder to remember the rhymes.

            Materials:  Hockey stick (Newspaper) + ball
            Pictionary Board (Mega)
            Giant Twister Board
            Prizes for Games.

            Giant Twister
            Self Explanatory

            Pictionary
            This game is, I think intended to be play in conjunction with "Mime" and "Charades". Members Should be split into 3 or 4 groups, and then this game becomes a Nursery Rhyme Challenge. The Nursery Rhymes can be either acted, charaded, or drawn (as in Pictionary). Pictionary could operate as per the rules for Charades, it may be belt to have one person (Even any group) or leader perform the Charade and each group has to guess. In the "mining" Section a whole group should participate in the mine, with the other group guessing what the Nursery Rhyme is.

            Scoring Suggestions:
            correct answer in Pictionary  1 point per correct answer
            in Charades    1 point per correct WORD
            In Miming    1 point per correct answer
            When cheating is discovered 2 point deductions made per time
                 .5 of a point can be awarded at the judges discretion

            Name of Nursery Rhymes for nursery Rhyme Challenge
The other main game is simple: keep the same teams as above Going the around the group, each group has to recite a Nursery Rhyme. thew game end when no more rhymes can be recite.
            Jack and Jill
            Little Boy Blue
            Little Jack Horner
            1, 2 Buckle My Shoe
            Old Woman who live in a Shoe
            Jack Diddle Diddle
            Jack Sprat
            Wee Willie Winkie
            To market to market (to buy a fat pig)