What kid doesn’t love a good messy game?
From slippery tarps to human banana splits to puzzles hidden in bowls of pudding, there’s nothing more fun than a track that requires a little clean up after participation. This track includes warm-up activities, tons of great games, and tips to make games even more messy!
Zip Tips for Messy Games
- Use this track as an afternoon event for all camp participants, as a Wacky Wednesday event, or as a family fun afternoon.
- Bring kids in close to you after games so that you can debrief the game by applying Scripture to the concepts that were used in the game.
- Use this track to develop discipleship relationships within your group by dividing up a large group into small groups that each have a leader when debriefing.
- Choose an area free of ants or bees. Spray the area with a water hose after each track time to avoid attracting these types of friends. It may be necessary to rotate around field space if using the track for five days.
Create an experience that kids will never forget by using the Messy Games track with your group as a part of Zip for Kids! Do you have a favorite Messy Game that is a hit with your group? Tell us about it in the comments.