Submitted by Robert Pope
Here’s a free “just for fun” youth group game that encourages students to work together. They will have a blast as they complete each portion of the scavenger hunt.
This game is a great addition to any lesson.
- Nick Diliberto, Ministry to Youth - Games
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BLIND TRUST SCAVENGER HUNT
One of each of these items for each team:
- Plastic cup
- Plastic spoon
- A Paper flower
- Piece of paper
- A penny
- Paper clip
Before students arrive, place the items (listed above) all over your youth space.
Divide the group of students into teams of two.
Give each team a blindfold.
HOW TO PLAY THE GAME
One person will be blindfolded and collect all of the items for their team.
The other person can see but can’t touch anything.
They must guide their teammate throughout the game.
After each team has collected their items, the blindfolded person will use the piece of paper and pen to draw a picture of any of the items they collected.
Then, the blindfolded person will open the Bible and point to a random verse.
The other person will read the verse out loud.
The non-blindfolded person will write the reference down under the picture drawn on the piece of paper.
The teams will continue drawing, choosing Bible verses, and writing down the reference until all of the items have been drawn.
After the game, have each team share one of their random Bible verses and read it out loud.