What are some group games for a group of young adults (14-17) with special needs to play?
Question by bubblemoon66: What are some group games for a group of young adults (14-17) with special needs to play?
Basically what it says above. I’m a young volunteer looking for some fun and active games for a special needs group to play. Instructions or links to instructions would be good. Active games are great but memory ones aren’t very good. We’ve also got a young person who’s hard of sight so nothing which replies to much on sight. The sillier the better. Thanks.
Answer by Escapade
Here are a bunch of outdoor games that work well for people of all ages and abilities: http://www.escapadedirect.com/backyardgames.html
You’ll find classic games here, as well as new and unique games such as Category Ball. Each game has complete instructions and variations for play.
For a variation on golf (that needs minimal equipment), check out: http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2010/05/20/unique-ways-to-play-golf-at-home/
You can adapt this game by using a large bucket as the target, and a larger ball to help the sight-impared.
I hope these ideas help! Have fun!
What do you think? Answer below!
Incoming search terms for the article:
- Where can I play free memory games?
- How to play psp games downloaded from the internet on your platform(psp) whithout damaging it?
- Q&A: What are some good memory games to play?
- NIGHTINGALE, a Fantasy Series for Young Adults, Released by #1 Bestselling Author David Farland and East India Press
- Game Day for the Ouachita Strategy Board Games Group