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Just print out and play these awesome activities below.
They are among the most popular party games of all time.
31.Tie The Knot Race:
This is one of my favorite shower games. It is simple to set up and play... And guests of all ages can participate.
To begin with divide your guests into two even teams. Each team will get its own rope. Tie as many knots in each rope as there are players in each team. On "Go!", the first person in each team unties one knot in their team's rope, and then hands the rope to the next person. The next person does likewise, the ropes continue down the line. The first team to untie all of the knots in its rope wins.
A good variation on this game is to have the teams send the rope down the line once while each player ties a knot in the rope, and then back up the line untying the knots. You can also play the game allowing folks to use only one hand to untie each knot – so players would have to work in pairs down the line to get the knots untied.
32. Jelly Bean Relay Race:
To prepare for this baby shower game you will need a few supplies - plastic spoons, four large bowls, and lots of jelly beans. Divide the jelly beans evenly between two large bowls. Each team gets one empty bowl as well. Every player receives a plastic spoon. The object of the game is for each team to transfer all of their jelly beans into the empty bowl. The rule is that hands must remain behind their backs. Players take turns holding a spoon in their mouth and transferring the jelly beans one spoonful at a time. The first team to have all members complete this task is the winner.
33. Quick Switch:
I think this baby shower game is just the cutest... It is just a whole lot of good-ole-fashioned fun!
To play divide the participants into two teams. Have team one stand in the center of the room for 1 minute. Instruct Team 2 to take a good look at Team 1. Next, send Team 1 into another room. Team 1 members must then switch various items of clothing or accessories with one another. Someone from the team records on paper all of the switches that have taken place. Then Team 1 returns to the game room. Team 2 has to try to guess all the switches that have been made within a five-minute period. Add up how many items Team 2 guessed correctly. Next, Team 2 leaves the room to "switch" (after standing in the center of the room for 1 minute). The team with the most correct answers wins a prize.
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