High school games
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Here are a few of my favorite icebreakers for high school. These icebreaker activities for teenagers are engaging and age-appropriate.
Jenn Stow saved to First Year Teacher
Tug of War is one of those games that everyone has played at some point. It’s a game loved by middle schoolers and high school teenagers where two teams
Sarah Kelly saved to Youth Group
Some days you just need a break from the monotony! Preparing for exams, transitioning to a new unit, days when half your students are gone for a basketball tour
Kara Glithero saved to Teaching: Resources
Too many classroom icebreakers require students to take big social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy.
Kate Dibble saved to Counseling
Ready to move beyond tired Jeopardy slides? Try a few rounds of the Flyswatter Game, a no-fail way to keep teens active and excited about test prep. Six Easy Steps: 1. Create a list of review quest…
Jessica Moore saved to Teach
I love these math games for middle and high school students! They are great for small groups or whole class activities. It's so nice to be able to find free teaching ideas like these.
Susan Holman saved to education
The Unfair Game is a totally unfair twist on Jeopardy that your students will LOVE to hate! Learn how to play and find sample game boards in this post.
Maria Hanley saved to Classroom games
I was recently spoke at a camp where they played their version of The Hunger Games, from the book/movie. This is a massive scale game which has everybody running for their "weapon" of choice and then figuring out how to survive. You can play this in several rounds (guy/girls/middle school/high school, etc) and you can scale this game down for smaller youth group groups.
Will Jessop saved to Games away
Warning: This could be the youth ministry game your kids will never stop playing. Poison is an old school ministry game with only one prop but packed with to...
leah 🌵 saved to youth ministry
Get to know your students and foster classroom respect.
Beth Miller saved to teacher stuff