How to throw a fun teen party?!
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It helps to know how many people...boys and girls? Indoor party because it's cold out? or if you live in a climate that's warm now..giving more details helps us to make suggestions. Have you given your party a theme...what kind of decorations?
Music, wii games....Let's Dance game if you have it...Pictionary, Mind Games like Trivia, etc, Charades. Set a table up with food and drinks...passing out goody bags? Have lots of balloons around, hang little lights. Lots of game suggestions in yahoo answers' archives. Here's a good one for candy bars>>
Objective: Each person tries to get as many candy bars as they can.
2 Candy bars for each player or couple
1 brown lunch sack for each player
Timer, Wood die
Timer: Set timer in another room, so no one can watch to see how much time is left. A stop timer is perfect. Most families play for about a half-hour. After playing a few times, you will know how much time needs to be adjusted. It’s fun to vary the time from each game to keep them off guard.
Preparation: If using this game for a party, assign each person to bring two candy bars. Take the candy when they arrive. One person (mother, father, or party leader) places two candy bars in a brown sack. Fold down the top of each sack the same. If there are extra bars, place them in a bowl. Place a mark, (x) on the bottom of one of the bags.
Starting the game:
1. Have everyone gather in a circle.
2. Place bowl inside the circle.
3. Each person or couple picks a sack out of the center.
4. Explain that each sack contains two candy bars and no one is to look until directed to do so.
5. Each person looks into their own sack but does not tell what kind of bars they have.
6. Everyone closes their bag. Players may look inside any sack that is their own during the game.
7. Who goes first? The player with the mark on the bottom of their sack. That player rolls first then follows to the left.
Roll Die: A player has to follow what has been rolled.
SO...IF YOU ROLL A #1>> Take the Bowl: If rolled the player takes all the bars.
roll a #2. ... Trade sacks: Player picks another player to trade sacks with. Remember: You want the most candy
roll a # 3... Lose a turn: Lose next turn.
roll a #4... Add Bar to Bowl: The player takes a bar from his sack and adds to the bowl. Don’t let people know your sack is empty. This might help out when trading. If you receive an empty sack don’t say anything. Just hope you can pass is off
roll a #5... Double take: A player who rolls this takes one bar from the players on his left and right. If the player is out of bars, you’re out of luck.
or roll a #6.... Guess a Bar: Players need to watch bars and sacks as they are exchanged.
When rolled a player says a person name and tries to guess the candy bar in their sack. The players only need to answer with a yes or no. If the player asked has the bar, he must give it to the roller.
Ending the Game: When the timer goes off everyone keeps the sack that they end up with. If a player has rolled the die when the timer goes off, that player may complete his turn. At this time any bars left in the bowl must be rolled for.
Here's another game using M&M's in baggies: http://www.easy-party-ideas-and-games.co…
Play sardines, where you go outside in your neighborhood, one person hides (or 2 if you do it in pairs, which is better) and the other pairs try and find them, when they find them, they hide with them. it's actually really fun. better at night.
played it at a party a couple weeks ago :D
sorry but some of these ideas make no sense at all im a teen to and a good party to me is good music good food and good decorations if you have friends that are the party type then dance like crazy but if not i really font know what to say
I had a party bus for my 17th. So much fun. Just went to dinner at in n out then went to a teen night club :) I wore red n everyone had to wear black n white so I stood out.
well U can watch ply truth or dare which is the funniest thing to do in the world!!!!
its always fun ;)
dress up party
you could go lazer tagging