Party Games for Small Groups of Adults HTML version

On a tray, place about 10 to 15 small items (e.g. pencil,
watch, comb, shoe lace, spoon, toy car, etc.) and cover
with a cloth.
Sit everyone in a circle.
Place the tray in the middle of the circle and remove the
cloth for 60 seconds. Everyone has to remember the
objects. When the time is up, replace the cloth.
In turn, each person has to name an object on the tray.
The first person to fail to name an object, repeat an object
or name something not on the tray is out. The tray is
then removed and some or all of the objects replaced, and
the game re-started with the person following the one
who is out. If the game is too easy for the group, add
more objects or reduce the time.
Fill a bowl with flour, and pack firmly. Empty the flour
mound onto a large plate or small tray, so that it retains
the shape of the bowl. Place an unwrapped chocolate
onthe top.
Players take turns to use a knife to slice a part of the
mound and slide it away from the rest (1/2 an inch is
enough). Eventually, one person will do it and the
chocolate will fall into the pile of flour. The person must
retrieve the chocolate with their teeth.
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Each person receives several counters (toothpicks,
pennies, etc.)
Then take turns around the circle. Each person tells of
something they have never done (example: I have never
broken a bone or I have never traveled out of the
country). Anyone who has done this must give the
speaker one of their toothpicks or pennies. After going
around the circle several times, the person with the most
tokens wins.
Split the patry goers into teams of three and give each
team a toilet roll. Two persons then wrap the third in the
toilet roll so that they look like an Egyptian Mummy.
The winning team is the one who in a set time (say 2
minutes) have the neatest and most covered Mummy.
Contestants have to see how many marshmallows they
can stuff into their mouths and still say "Chubby
Bunnies". The winner is the one who can manage the
highest number.