Youth Group game: Snowball Fight

Thats the basic overview, here are the supplies you’ll need and the detailed rules: Rolls of Tin foil (guesstimate about 5 feet per person playing) Chairs and tables for barricades Tape to mark the line between the two halves whistle for judges to call students out Snowball  by Jimmy Fallon from the album Idiot Boyfriend Rules 1. No snowballs bigger than your fist 2. Any contact with a thrown snowball before it hits the ground is a hit. 3. No catching snowballs, this is contact with an airborne, thrown snowball 4. No crossing into the other team’s half.* 5. The leader can send all players back into the game at any point they choose. * If the game is dragging on, and its like 10 on 1 and the 1 is just hiding, you can send the other team across the half way marker to end the game. But players can only cross when the game leader says so.  ]]>

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  1. We've played this game and used white socks. Bought a ton from Walmart or wherever, have the kids roll them into themselves, and boom - snowballs. We have rules about not combining them so you don't have a brick snowball. Fun game, especially for those of us who don't live anywhere near actual snow.
  2. We've played this game and used white socks. Bought a ton from Walmart or wherever, have the kids roll them into themselves, and boom - snowballs. We have rules about not combining them so you don't have a brick snowball. Fun game, especially for those of us who don't live anywhere near actual snow.
  3. I found some actual fake snowballs on sale on the internet about this time last year. I bought 2 packs of them, and we have had a blast ever since.
  4. I found some actual fake snowballs on sale on the internet about this time last year. I bought 2 packs of them, and we have had a blast ever since.
  5. we rented a nice snow cone machine and found a setting / storage method that allowed us to have coolers full of snow in Sept.
  6. we rented a nice snow cone machine and found a setting / storage method that allowed us to have coolers full of snow in Sept.
  7. We used marshmallows. It was hysterical. When I told the kids we were having a snowball fight, they totally believed that we would have snow. But they had a great time. The best player was a girl who was a softball pitcher and had two boys hiding behind a door because she kept nailing them.

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