If this is co-ed I suggest having two twister mats, *children’s finger paint colors blue, green, yellow, and red.
Advise students to wear clothing that can get messy before playing, also best if played outside in the grass.
Before starting the game, put corresponding colors of finger paint on each color on the twister mat. You don’t need to put a lot of paint on, it will get really messy really fast.
Have boys play on one mat and girls play on another and play just like regular Twister. Last one standing wins!
*Some sites will say use Tempra paint, but no matter what it says, Tempra does stain. Children’s washable finger paint works best at coming off of skin. Clothing might still get stained, but it comes right off skin.
SARA GALYON is the Episcopal Youth Community Director for ST MATTHEW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH in Madison, AL. She has been working with youth in some capacity for 15 years, and has an MA in Youth Ministry from Memphis Theological Seminary. She is a wife to a fellow youth minister, mom to two boys and two dogs, and underfunded world traveler.
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