Table Tennis

Equipment You’ll Need: A Table Clip on Table Tennis Net Table Tennis Bats Ping Pong Balls Chairs (Optional)   How To Play: Table Tennis can either be played standing up or seated. It’s great fun and you can turn it …

Memory Tray Game

Equipment You’ll Need:  A Tray A Variety of Small Objects   How to Play: The aim of this game is to try and remember as many of the items on the tray as possible. Before you begin, you’ll need to …

I went to the market…

This is a fun game which always leaves everyone in fits of giggles! How to Play. Begin the game by saying ‘I went to the market and I brought…’ The first player then says something beginning with the letter A. …

Word Wheel #2

How to Play. The aim is to make as many words as you can using the letters in the wheel, but all the words must include the letter in the centre. There is also one 9 letter word to find. …

Word Wheel #1

Try to make as many words as you can using the letters in the wheel, but all the words must include the letter in the centre. There is also one 9 letter word to find. Good Luck!   Answers: 4 …

Pairs Card Game

This popular card game is quick to set up, super easy to play and great for the memory. It can either be played as a group game or a one-to-one activity.  Equipment You’ll Need:  A Deck of Playing Cards – …

Action Charades

How to Play The first thing you’ll need to do is write some different actions on pieces of paper and then place them into a hat/bucket. (See below for a list of ideas to get you started.) Now the fun …

Tongue Twisters

How To Play Before starting the activity you’ll need to print off this list of Tongue Twisters and hand out copies to everyone taking part. To play, ask participants to take it in turns to read out a different tongue twister from …

Spelling Bee

A Spelling Bee activity is easy to organise, great for mental stimulation and will have participants reminiscing about their school days. Equipment You’ll Need:  Whiteboard & Pen (or Pen & Paper) to keep a tally of the scores A Prize …