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Bring Me on a Silver Platter…

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Set Up and Rules of the Game

The group is divided up into 2-4 teams and into the 2-4 corners. There needs to be an adult leader in every corner with every team, with a game leader in the middle of the room.

The game leader in the middle will announce a person(s) that needs to be brought to them on a “silver platter” (rolling scooter, gym-class style), based on what they announce (see list of suggestions below).  The first team to get their person on the platter (scooter), pushed out to the leader in the center, and touch the leader wins a point for their team. Depending on the size of your group and teams you can make the rule that a player can only be brought to the center once/twice, during the game, so the same player can not be going out over and over.

BRING ME ON A SILVER PLATTER…. (suggestions)

  • A person with blond hair
  • A person who hates Chipotle
  • A person who knows someone famous
  • A person with no siblings
  • A person that ate at Mc Donalds in the last week
  • A person that has braces
  • A person with the letter “B” in their first name
  • A person who has lived in our more than 3 years
  • A person that plays the a musical instrument
  • 2 boys of the same height
  • A person with bad breath
  • 2 girls from the same school
  • A person that doesn’t have their own cellphone
  • A person who has been to Hawaii
  • A person with a funny middle name
  • A person with green eyes
  • 2 people with a “T” in their last name
  • A person who has never been on a rollercoaster
  • 3 people who brush their teeth every NIGHT before bed

dan.DAN ISTVANIK is the 5th to 8th-grade pastor at Victory Church in Lancaster, PA. He has been working in youth ministry for over 20 years serving churches in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Virginia. Besides serving in the local church setting he is also the youth ministry content writer for Parent Ministry.Net, along with being a contributor to a variety of other great youth ministry resources like Youthworker Journal, Group Magazine, Download Youth Ministry, and more. Additional he shares daily Jr. high/middle school ministry specific resources, and hints on his own blog “The Middle Years” at: www.middleyearsministry.com


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