Building an improvised bivouac without talking to each other is a real challenge.

But the results are impressive.

Who can keep the balloon in the air the longest?

A game where the head of the snake wants to grab the tail

A game of tag that was developed in a BESJ leadership course. Fits thematically to biblical stories where people are in prison (e.g. Peter, Paul)

On various topics, costume contests can be made with the children. The disguises are made from everyday materials such as newspaper and tape.

Possible themes: Kings (e.g., on the story of David, Solomon).

Make football playable with a special rule for groups with children of different ages.

This is a fun catching game.
A minimum of 15 people are needed.

A game in which a high level of responsiveness is required.

A circle game and word search game.

After Moses was found by Pharaoh's daughter, his family was allowed to take care of him while he was still a baby. To take care of a small child you have to know and be able to do a lot of things. The groups of about 3 children demonstrate their skills at different posts. One group at a time is at one post. One group wins per post, the overall winning group receives a certificate per person.

Resolving conflicts with various game ideas - is that possible? Mediation can be a solution approach.

Role play around career choice, job interviews, bullying and career.

These topics are brand new to our teens as well. We play the serious case in a not quite serious way.

A quick reaction game with evaluation.

Two players face each other and play the ball to each other. The ball must be hit about in the middle of the fabric, when the ball comes the two timbers are pulled apart and the ball flies back.

The group's task is to promote one person from their own ranks.

But in doing so, they must cross obstacles that the person being transported is not allowed to touch.

A simple game idea with great effect.

Everyone is asked to complete the common task of keeping the ball in the air.