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Secret Santa Gift Exchange

Secret Santa Gift Exchange

Summary: A very fun group game for the holidays that involves giving a gift to a secret target person! Ages: 12 and up. Recommend number of people: 10-20. Messiness factor: Not messy at all! Materials: Gifts, tape, gift wrap. Setting: Indoors. Secret Santa Gift Exchange Secret Santa is a great party game that is ideal for Christmas time (or whatever gift-giving holiday you love to celebrate!). There is some preparation involved for each player, as well as a small cost involved. Each person must buy a gift of a similar price value (up to $12, for example) and a game coordinator needs to randomly assign each player to another player (their secret gift recipient). Each player has a certain amount of time to buy a gift and deliver it to their target (for example, two weeks). Alternatively, have a gift organizer collect the gifts and distribute them at a certain time. Have fun! And you thought Santa wasn’t real. If you enjoy this game, please share it with your friends! Dissertation writing service check this out http://customessaywriter.org/dissertation help...
Powerpoint Game

Powerpoint Game

Summary: A game about improvisation and performance! Find a PowerPoint presentation on anything difficult, strange, complex, etc. and the other team must deliver a speech on it without any preparation! Ages: 16+. Recommended # of people: Teams of 2-4. Messiness factor: No sweat! Materials required: Laptops/computers to show PowerPoint slides. A whiteboard or big piece of paper. Optional: projector. Recommended Setting: Indoors. The Powerpoint Game How to Play the Powerpoint Game The Powerpoint Game is a hilarious game that is all about improvisational skills and acting. Find a complicated, awkward, or silly PowerPoint presentation, and have another team deliver a speech on it without ANY preparation! The rules for this game can be modified based upon your needs. Setup for the PowerPoint Game Form two teams (Team 1 and Team 2). Ideally, teams of two to four people seem to work best. Instruct each team to go to Google and search for a good Powerpoint presentation file on the web. Have each team come up with 5 funny phrases that the other team must include during their speech. Write these on a dry erase whiteboard (or a big sheet of paper). Playing the PowerPoint Game Show Team 1’s PowerPoint slides in front of everyone and have the other team (Team 2) deliver a presentation using those slides. They must say the required phrases anytime during their speech. They can deliver the speech as a team, working together in creative ways. You can incorporate judges to determine the winner if you wish. This game is more about improvisation and performance, so winning or losing isn’t necessarily an important part of...
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