For our 2014 Youth Theme Introduction Activity (a joint/all-girls activity for our ward young women this year), we are doing 2 things: Playing YW (Family) Feud and making take-home wall hangings that go along with the theme. This post will describe the Family Feud game- I will have a separate post with the information about the wall-hanging soon (see the 'youth theme' label on the right side).
YW (FAMILY) FEUD:Since the purpose of this activity is to kick-off the 2014 Youth Theme (Come Unto Christ), this Family Feud style game is comprised only of questions related to the theme. You could use this same concept and change the "survey" questions to be used for any other themed activity as well.Hopefully you are familiar with the tv game show Family Feud- but your YW may not be. Teams (a family on the tv show) play together, taking turns making guesses about the most popular answers to real survey questions. For our YW version, girls will be grouped into 2 families (we have a small yw group) and then line up to take turns guessing. The host will have a sheet with the survey questions and the answers (see below) and (starting with one family) go down the line, giving each girl the chance to guess. Even correct answers may be 'wrong' if they are not one of the top answers listed. For example, for survey question #4, a yw might answer "coffee", which is a correct answer, but is not one of the listed answers. So be sensitive about that and give praise for correct answers, but remind that correct answers may be listed (and points are only earned by guessing listed answers).
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