TEEN ACTIVITIES

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  1. TJOHNS07

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    I am helping with a teen AWANA group and we are looking for some fun activities to do inside when the weather is bad. Does anyone know of a book of ideas?
    Thanks Tammy
     
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    Try the book Play It! , and the companion/follow-up Play It Again! . Both books are loaded with games for small and large groups, inside and outside. Well worth the money, and both are carried by LifeWay.

    In Christ,
    Trotter
     
  3. WW2'er

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    You should also post this on the Awana message forum where they have a forum for the Varsity group. You could hear directly from other Awana Varsity leaders and even kids about what games they like.

    WW2'er

    http://www2.awana.org/AwanaForums/Default.aspx
     
  4. dianetavegia

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    Tammy, did you attend the AWANA Fall training in Marietta this past weekend? If not, there's another one in Oct. in Dalton. Saturday, October 11th - Leadership Conference at Grove Level Baptist Church, Dalton (8:00 AM) There were several classes for exciting games, Bible quizzing and 'alter' activities! I had a very hard time choosing what to attend.

    Check out this website for ideas and help. Not sure where you are in Georgia, but my AWANA missionary is Brian Crowe and he's a GREAT help!

    http://www.ngawana.org/

    That's the link to the N/W Georgia AWANA web page.

    Diane
     
  5. Sularis

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    What do you have in terms of space to work with?

    How many teens?
     

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