The 25 Most Popular Pre-Club Activities

November 16, 2011

Thanks a ton to 50 of you for commenting on the Spikeball Contest post this week. You answered the question, “What is your favorite pre-club activity with kids?” Below are 25 of the top responses. Such a diversity of ideas is getting me excited about creating some new pre-club momentum. Thanks again for sharing!MY FAVORITE IDEAS:Tron (via Mat) “Dodge ball with hula hoops instead of balls.”Death Hackalso called “3 & a Peg” (via Justin Chandler, Carli E, and Derek, the YL College Director at George Mason)How To Play Death Hack

THE MOST POPULAR IDEA:Ninja(via Owen Corcoran, Landon Bush, Joe Vickers, Garrett Gress, Sara Kells, Emily May, and others) Best explained by video.

NON-GAME IDEAS:Taking Fun Photos(via JaQuinn Johnson)Eat Snacks/Cookout/ Grill Cheese Sandwiches (via Kent Reinhardt, Derek Babb)

Eating an entire Chick-fil-a nugget tray(via Camille Brantley)

Dance Parties(via Owen Corcoran)

FUN GAME IDEAS:Stupid Ninja Game(also called “Sign Football”) Here is a video.Fricket(via Michael Wachtel) Explained here.Glow-n-the-dark Frisbees(via Amy Fanning)

Round Robin Ping Pong (via Dean)

Link Tag (via Dean)Kendama(via Nicholas Jackson) Video Link4 Square(via Ashley Ward, Garrett Gress, and Chelsey Graveseth)

9 Square (via Cody Sletten)

Ultimate Frisbee (Mike Otto)4 Square Ping Pong(via Trey Walker)
Push two ping pong tables together and play like four square)

Cornhole (via Brett Eckler)Mafia(via Larry Sauls)Ga-Ga(via Michelle Perri) How To Play GagaKnee Football(via Rod Miller)Hacky Sack(via Justin Davis)Buck BuckDodgeball in the Dark (via Bradley Messick)

Peel the Onion or Pull Apart (via Lindsay Fox)
Anything else we need to add to the list? Please comment below.

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