We've been having a blast with our Super Summer Spectacular theme-based program. Here are the details from Super Summer Spectacular Chocolate Night!
7/1/15: Super Summer Chocolate Night
7:15-7:20 Devos with Tammy
7:20-7:35 Games 1, 2, & 3 (chocolate pudding pictionary, chocolate marshmallow drop, chocolate face plant)
7:35-7:40 Highs & Low’s/Prayer Requests (each child takes a moment and shares his/her high point & low point from the past week) along with a prayer request (if needed). Group ends in prayer.
7:40-8:00 Games 4 & 5
1. Chocolate Pudding Pictionary. Teams are given a plastic table cloth, four tubs of chocolate pudding, and a bag of wet wipes. One player is chosen to be the “drawer” for their team. The pudding is dumped out forming a thin layer on the plastic table cloth.
The drawers are all given a word, run back to their teams, and draw the word into their pudding. The first team that yells out the correct answer is the winner.
2. Chocolate Marshmallow Drop: Two players are chosen from each team. One will stand and the other will lay down. The standing player is given a bowl of chocolate syrup and a bag of marshmallows. Dipping the marshmallows in the syrup, they will then drop the marshmallow into the team members (who is laying down) mouth. Players are given one minute. The team that gets the most marshmallows in their players mouth is declared the winner. Wet wipes for clean up!
3. Chocolate Face Plant: One player from each team will be chosen to dig for hidden candy covered by either chocolate pudding or chocolate syrup using only their mouths. The player that recovers the most for his/her team will be declared the winner.
4. Chocolate Unicorn: One contestant from each team will face off against each other as they try to stack the most Oreos on their forehead. Each contestant is allowed to bring a partner up with them for moral support and to hand them cookies so they don’t need to spend precious energy on picking up Oreos off the table themselves. Contestants have 60 seconds to stack, and as long as the stack was stable for 3 seconds at some point it counts – they do not need to have the cookies still standing at the end of the 60 seconds.....this part is key bc it's harder than it sounds to stack these on someone's forehead!
5. Candy Bar Game: Each team will receive one bag of chocolate candy. Each player will also be given one baggie with a piece of candy in the bag. Kids will take turns rolling the die following the instructions given for the number rolled (each team will receive a sheet to place in the middle of the group that will give directions). Play this game as long as time permits. *****this game has become one of the kids favorites games. We did it with many games going at the same time.....like the red team had their own game, yellow their own, etc. Here is a link to the sheet that each team had explaining the rules.