Youth

Here is our full collection of Youth Group Games.
If you are looking for something specific or seasonal, check out our Topic Index and Bible Index.

Make a marshmallow mountain! Players take turns stacking one marshmallow at a time on a paper plate. The player who causes a marshmallow avalanche loses.
Gift-wrapped presents are passed around as a story is read out loud. (2 printable stories are provided.) When the word “left” comes up in the story, the gifts are passed to the left. When the word “right” comes up in the story, the gifts are passed to the right. This variation of “Pass the Parcel” is a great Christmas game for giving out party gifts and a fun way to conduct a Christmas gift-exchange.
If you are preparing gifts for all your party guests, why not play this game before giving them out? Whoever carries the most gifts across the room gets the first pick! You can also play this game with a bunch of gift-wrapped empty boxes.
Don’t get caught with the ornament in your hands! Players sit in a circle and pass a Christmas ornament around behind their backs while someone standing in the center of the circle tries to guess where the ornament is.
Similar to the popular TV game show “The Price is Right”, players try to guess the price of various items. A great game to teach about what’s really valuable in this world.
Players are challenged to memorize 15 playing cards and their positions. A great game to learn about imitating Jesus.
Players take turns to share three statements about themselves and everyone else tries to guess which two statements are true and which is a lie. This no-prep ice-breaker game is ideal for adults and youths. You can also use this game to teach about false teachings or about honesty.
Free printable Bible Pictionary Cards! Bible Pictionary is a classic game where your goal is to get your teammates to correctly identify what you have drawn. A timeless favorite.
Try to keep 3 balloons in the air for as long as possible and learn about being part of a Christian community.
Race to sink all your opponent’s ships before your own ships get sunk in this guessing game. Played between 2 players or 2 teams, you can use this game in lessons on spiritual warfare or the armor of God.
Use this follow-the-leader game to teach about peer pressure.
A fun musical game that can be played at parties or as part of a lesson on peer pressure.