Pumpkin Drop is a super spooky Halloween version of one of our favorite games, Donut Drop. Just have a student yell, "Drop!" and watch as their pumpkin bounces through the pegs and hopefully lands in one of five boxes on the floor. The coolest part about this game is that you can hit a button that completely slows down time in the game! This is perfect for those moments when it looks like the pumpkin is about to fall into a box. Just hit the button and everything runs in slow motion! It's a ton of fun!
Games and Youth Ministry go together like peanut butter and jelly (unless you are allergic to the peanut butter.) YM360 is committed to helping youth workers who serve in the trenches of ministry every week. We know finding high-quality games at an affordable price is challenging. That is where an Annual Games for Youth Ministry Membership comes into play.
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Turkey Drop is a Thanksgiving themed version of our popular game, Donut Drop. Think Plinko with turkeys. Just have your students call out, “DROP!” and hit the spacebar. Watch at the turkey bounces around and hope that it lands in a pan at the bottom. If your students are able to get three turkeys in a pan, they’re the winners. This is a super easy, no-step game that’s perfect for the Thanksgiving season.$14.99
Grab two bicycle pumps and two students! Have them inflate the turkeys on the screen until one of them pops. The first to pop their turkey is the winner! This funny game is easy to understand with hardly any setup. Every time a student pumps their bicycle pump, just hold down an arrow key on your keyboard. This will cause their turkey to inflate. If the turkey gets too big, "POP!", it explodes into a bunch of turkey pieces. Check out the, "How to Play" section below for more details.$14.99
“Who Wrote It?” has students asking the question… “Who wrote it?” Before your youth group starts, have your students write what they are thankful for, along with their names, on pieces of paper. Take those papers and input them into this game. When you’re ready to play, just show each quote and see if your students can guess who wrote it!$14.99