If you are planning a party for teenagers or you are looking for a fun party activity as a teenager, finding a new game to make a memorable night can be difficult. Here are some great ideas for party games for teens that you could use at your next party:
If you aren’t afraid to make a little bit of a mess, enjoy a snowball fight at any time of the year with the help of some pantyhose and flour. All you need to do is go outside, fill up the pantyhose with the flour and you have got a full arsenal of amazing snowballs at any time!
This is an entertaining game that will be a slow-burn the whole afternoon or evening. Get a few books of stickers and line up the stickers on the backs of each party guest. Throughout the party, each person tries to steal the sticker off the backs of each guest and then tally them to see who ends up with the most stickers at the end! This is keep everyone on their toes as they try to avoid having theirs stolen.
Capture the Flag REDUX
As you can guess, that’s us. Capture The Flag REDUX is a unique version of Capture the Flag that uses LED lights to create what’s been described as a “Tron-like fantasy world for the players.” The kit comes with two glowing orbs as the flags, jail markers, as well as territory lights, LED bracelets for players, and more.
Keep these party games for teens in mind for your next gathering.
Have a bunch of teenagers that you need to entertain at a birthday party or a family gathering? Do you have some space to run?
Well, the first two ideas come from queen-of-theme-party-games.com and the third is a favorite one of ours. These are all great birthday party games for teenagers, particularly if you are waiting for night to fall so that you can play Capture the Flag REDUX, the ultimate party game of all!
Hunger Games with Balloons
Everyone gets a blown up balloon and a crayon. The objective is to be the last person with an un-popped balloon while trying to pop the other ones. No one can hurt each other, but they are free to knock balloons free and try to pop them either on the ground or with the crayon. Sharper objects definitely seem like a bad idea. You cannot hide your balloon, but you can hide with it. The last balloon standing wins the game! This game is good for hours of outdoor fun.
ABC Scavenger Hunt
Form teams of equal size and give each team a pillow case or bag. Their objective is to find one object for each letter of the alphabet. Give them, say, 20 minutes to collect as many items as they can that each start with different letters. They can only have one item for each letter, and each item can only represent one letter. For example, a spoon can be used for S or for U if they want to say it’s a utensil. Not both. The team that collects the most will win, but make sure you have an unbiased party standing by to break disagreements (as they will happen!).
This can really be played anywhere, but you will need a bit of space. Have everyone stand in a close circle, putting both hands in the middle. Then have them randomly grab one hand with each of their hands. Once everyone has both hands holding someone else’s, inform them that they need to untangle themselves and form a circle. The trick: no one can let go of their hands. Yes, they might need to slide the hands around a little to prevent impossible angles, but the contact must be maintained. The players will have to step over one another, reach over each other, and otherwise figure out ways to slowly but surely untangle. Once done, some players might end up facing backwards. If the knot falls over or breaks, they start again.
We hope you enjoy these birthday party games for teens!