Teen Outdoor Party Game Ideas

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Teen Outdoor Party Game Ideas
Plan some outdoor party games for teenagers. (party cup ctreamers and party banners image by Warren Millar from Fotolia.com)

If you are throwing a party for teens, it's a good idea to have some games planned. That way, the partygoers have plenty to do and won't become bored. If the weather outside is nice, outdoor party games are the way to go. Not only will it give the teens more space, but also it means your home won't become messy.

Fruit Race

If you are throwing a pool party for a group of teens, the fruit race is a fun game. Give each team a piece of fruit. The object of the game is to push the fruit from one end of the pool to the other.

The catch of the game is that the teens cannot use their hands to move the fruit, only their faces. The first teen to push their fruit across the pool wins.

Dare Ducks

Fill a small inflatable pool with water. Then, take some plastic rubber ducks and write numbers on the bottom on them. Do as many ducks as you want, fewer for a small party or more for a large party.

On a large piece of paper, write corresponding numbers and dares. One by one, the teens choose ducks out of the pool and then have to perform the dares that match the numbers.

Egg Toss

Split the teens into groups of two. The teens in each team stand about a yard apart from each other and one tosses an egg to the other. If you don't mind a big mess, use raw eggs. Otherwise, boil them first.

If the teen catches the egg, she steps back one pace and throws the egg to her teammate. This continues until only one team is left with an uncracked egg.

Treasure Hunt

Turn your yard into the location for a treasure hunt. There are a couple ways you can do this. You can have one treasure hidden in the yard, and all the teens search for it until one finds it.

Another way is to split the teens up into a few groups of three or four. Hide several treasures in the yard and give each group clues to find one of them. That way, every group gets a treasure.

For the treasures, fill baskets with items the teens will enjoy. Consider CDs, nail polish, candy bars or cookies.

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