These teen party games and ideas are not only for Birthdays. Teenagers have a unique way to celebrate just anything in life, if we allow them. Wallow through these party game ideas for teens and do not be fooled, these fun games can be played at any event where teenagers are present, from family reunions to youth group gatherings.
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Get a giant floor puzzle (or make your own) matching your kid’s birthday party theme and let kids work together to complete the picture. Set up teams to work on specific areas of the puzzle or put a few large puzzles out.
Obstacle course race
Using outdoor play things like hula hoops, foam pool noodles, etc., create an age-appropriate obstacle course for your kids and conduct your own Olympics. You can also rent an inflatable obstacle course for your party from companies that supply bounce houses. Instruct your partygoers through a series of challenges — and don’t forget gold medals for the closing ceremonies.
it’s the same musical chairs from when you were a kid…but it can be even more fun now that you’re older. Create a song playlist and have one person control the music’s starting and stopping (using a different song each time). For a flirty twist, add a rule that as long as you’re on a chair with your feet off the ground when the music stops, you’re safe. (This’ll encourage a whole lot of lap-sitting.
Make a party playlist that’s fun to dance to. Like with “musical chairs,” one person is in charge of controlling the music. While the music’s playing, everyone has to shake their booties off – and when the music shuts off, anyone who doesn’t freeze in place is eliminated. The winner is the person who lasts on the dance floor the longest.
Another flirty circle game. Stand up in a circle and have everyone turn to face the right. Then squeeze in, making the circle smaller and smaller, till everyone’s close enough to slowly start sitting on each other’s laps. The goal is to have everyone sitting down without the chain collapsing and everyone falling on their butts.
Station, station number
Set up small “stations” that partygoers can rotate through as the party rocks on. Some ideas art table, small puzzle, Lego table and bracelet or necklace making (supply large beads, pre-cut lanyards and some examples). Encourage kids to split up into small groups and make the rounds. Parents can work the room and supervise.