Giant Uno Get to Know You
I FOUND THIS AMAZING SET OF GIANT UNO CARDS AT TARGET ON THE SUMMER CLEARANCE RACK!
GREAT FOR A USUAL GAME OF UNO OR TRY OUT THIS RAN-DUB FUN ICEBREAKER USING REGULAR SIZE CARD IF YOU HAVE THEM OR GET A GIANT SET LIKE THIS.
- A full deck of giant Uno cards
Object of the Game
Before the Game
- Write down a few sharing assignments if needed (*suggestions below).
How to Play
- Pass out an Uno card to every student.
- Explain the object of the game.
- Start announcing “Group Instructions” and “Sharing Assignments.”
- Repeat as many times are you like.
- There is no winner, everyone wins because they have got to know each other better!
Card Sharing Assignment
- Red Cards: Share something you love
- Yellow Cards: Share something that makes you happy
- Green Cards: Share something you like to do outside
- Blue Cards: Share something you like to do with water
- Wild Cards: Share something about you that not many people know
- Find someone with the same color, wilds find wilds
- Find someone with the same number or type of card (reverse, skip..)
- Find someone with a different color than you
- Find someone with a different number or type of card
- If you have a number card find someone that is one card above yours or below yous.
- If you have a non-number card skips find a reverse and pick 2 find a wild card
DAN ISTVANIK is the 5th to 8th-grade pastor at Victory Church in Lancaster, PA. He has been working in youth ministry for over 20 years serving churches in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Virginia. Besides serving in the local church setting he is also the youth ministry content writer for Parent Ministry.Net, along with being a contributor to a variety of other great youth ministry resources like Youthworker Journal, Group Magazine, Download Youth Ministry, and more. Additional he shares daily Jr. high/middle school ministry specific resources, and hints on his own blog “The Middle Years” at: www.middleyearsministry.com
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