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Holy Sweat! 5 Highly Active Youth Group Games - Christian Camp Pro
High activity youth group games are great to build stamina and endurance, as well promote a healthy active lifestyle. These games are sure to get your heart beat up and use up a lot of excess energy. With so many fun games to play, you’ll forget that it’s so healthy for you! Here is a [...]
Would You Rather Questions Featuring the Bible Edition
Icebreaker games at the ready. This idea for a twist on the popular would you rather questions game is sure to be a crowd pleaser, plus potentially drum up interest in the Bible among your students. A win on both accounts! #wouldyourather #wouldyouratherquestions #Bibleedition #Christian #Christianwouldyourather #wouldyourathers
PAINT BALLOON FIGHT....Super-messy & colorful outdoor summer fun! 1c corn starch, 1c water, Empty water bottles, Funnel, Water balloons, Water balloon nozzle, Food coloring... 1.Fill mixing bowl w/water+corn starch, add food dye (to desired color). 2.Using funnel, pour your paint into water bottles; attach water balloon nozzles to bottles. 3.Attach water balloon to nozzles, tip bottle & fill it w/paint. 4.Tie end of balloon 5.Put on goggles to protect your eyes, & then aim, throw & have a BLAST
7 DIY Baking Soda Projects for Kids | Arm & Hammer™
Kids will go crazy for this homemade Tie Dye Slime made with ARM & HAMMER™Baking Soda. Start with 4 small bowls. Pour 4 oz. of clear school glue and 1/2 tsp of baking soda into each; mix well. Add 3-5 drops of food coloring, then stir. Gradually add 10-15 drops of saline solution. When the slime reaches a gooey state remove and knead with your hands. Lay all batches on a flat surface and twist to create a tie dye pattern.