It’s a rainy day here in Nashville, so I thought I\’d cheer things up with a little giveaway, OMC Style. And just in case you\’ve never been to CentriKid Camps, OMC stands for Organized Mass Chaos. Fun right? You can find out even more about OMC, including a new Summer Kick Off Edition of the game in these posts:
Summer Kick Off Edition of OMC (From the CentriKid Blog)
The First OMC (From the CentriKid Blog)
Seriously, OMC is one of my favorite games. It’s fun for EVERYONE, because everyone is involved. So, are you ready to win? Just leave me a comment telling me your favorite game. It could be a board game, a group game, or a computer game. You get the idea. I\’ll pick a winner next Friday, May 20.
Also, FLYTE is now available!
My favorite game is “catch.” With a couple baseball mitts and a baseball, I’m good for hours.
In Children’s Church, one of the favorite games is called Voices. It is a memory verse game. The kids have to say the memory verse using different voices – e.g., giant, granny, Darth Vader.
Lol My favorite game it the Quiet game! After dealing with all the kids, I need it! Really though, I enjoy playing Simon says with the kids. All ages can participate.
apples to apples Bible edition. the older class (4th-6th grades) love to play. they relax and open up about different things going on in their young lives and we get to talk about
some things that may not come up in regular Bible lessons.
I love to play teh game dead fish with preschoolers. It takes them 30 to realize I have them laying on the floor still:)
My favorite game is musical chairs. A little competition, a little planning, a little mischief, and a room full of kids who want to play again.
Our favorite family game is SORRY! The kids love to play it and love to say to us “Sorry!”
Our kids in Sunday School and TeamKID love to play 4 in a row using the giant game floor mat.
Our kids love the Quiet game too! We have never played OMC. We are tryyng a new VBX plan and I think it may fit in there well from what i have heard about it.
any game that gets people together (and a little friendly competition doesn’t hurt). We played a missions version of OMC with RAs and GAs last week. If we hadn’t ran out of task cards, they’d still be playing.
Our favorite board game as a family is Yahtzee. We have younger children and we play in teams. But one of my all time favorite active games is Dodgeball!
I love Apple’s To Apples… it’s a great game to play with the youth group! The Bible edition is great, and there’s also a Jr. edition for younger kids that is less political and uses names of people they would relate to.
My favorite game is hide and seek– I love to see all the creative places kids find to hide… and the very obvious ones too.
my favorite game may be Rummikub. nothing like some dessert, coffee and a game of rummikub with my wonderful in-law family.
My favorite game is called “Duck, Duck, ZOO” Played just like duck, duck, goose, but rather than saying goose, you choose an animal, you and the person you tag have to run around the circle acting like that animal! Its lots of fun!!
We love to do review games, game show style. After the Bible lesson, One or two of our youth kids will play “against” the kids. The kids always win! Youth kids will usually give silly answers so that we all get a good laugh, then the kids will tell us the correct answer.
My Grandson & I play Bananagram, we call out a theme to spell out words, ex. “Things I love,” Things found at the beach,” etc. Helps with spelling too.
At Church–Bucket Ball-2 Buckets, soft balls (water ballons in summer), 2 teams. 1 person has bucket and catches the balls with the bucket for team, teams must answer questions for a chance to throw and hit the bucket. Name the: Books of the Bible, Ten Commandments, disciples, etc are a few favorites.
Remember “Mother May I?” Well at church it’s “Teacher May I?”–Kids answer review questions to move forward. First kid to get close enough to touch the teacher wins. (Does anyone remember that game, or am I telling my age!)