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The Yes No Game

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How To Play The Yes No Game

It's a great game to play while going on a walk or playing another game or to play on camp through dinner.

Everyone get 5 slips of paper they ask people questions and try and get them to say yes/no they can't nod or shake there heads either.

As soon as they say yes/no then they MUST give a slip of paper to the person who asked them the questions.

On camp we were in 3 groups but it can be all for one.

The people with the most slips, we put things like clean up your cabin, clean up the site, and really funny things in envelopes. So as they chose an envelope at random they thought they got some spectacular prize just to find clean up the campsite it is really fun.

Materials Needed

Slips of paper 5 to each person

Submitted by Grace on 18 Sep 2009 12:00:00

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I really hope that you would take some time and clean up your grammar and train of thought.

Use paragraphs and separate the game instructions. Perhaps a little more explanation would be fitting as well.

Seems like a great game, just poorly explained. Thanks Grace.

Posted by Josh Tanner on 10 Feb 2010 at 6:03:07

Hey Grace, I thought it was very clear. Josh, if you're going to be a 'grammar Nazi' then you should note that the verb 'seem' takes an object (like 'it' for example). --> "It seems like a great game..." Also, paragraphs need at least 2, preferably 3 sentences (unlike your 1 sentence paragraphs). And finally, I think you have what is referred to as 'genre confusion'. This genre is something like 'youth group game description', not 'formal English essay'. Thanks Grace.

Posted by Alex on 2 Mar 2010 at 4:02:43

yeah, you're right Alex. I like the game Grace, thanks.

Posted by jubilee on 11 Jun 2010 at 5:25:24

You guys are Christian youth leaders?

Posted by Suzanne on 17 Apr 2011 at 7:57:48

haha..
thanks Grace

Posted by Kris on 25 Jun 2011 at 11:04:42

Is anyone proof reading these? There are so many misspelled words in every one of these games that I read it is funny.

Posted by karen on 6 Sep 2011 at 6:51:20

Hi, friends. Lets play nice. We are leaders. That means we are being examples for young adults. We all love God. Try to act like Him. Thank you!!! :)

Posted by Brittany on 28 Sep 2011 at 6:20:54

This is better to play with pegs! Peg it onto your clothes

Posted by Louise on 21 Nov 2011 at 11:11:29

I can't understand how this game works too :/

Posted by Zoot on 27 Apr 2012 at 4:23:46

Some rules that worked well:
*You must answer every question
*Questions must be appropriate
*After asking a question, move to another person (to keep the mix going).

Posted by Camp Queen on 31 Jul 2012 at 12:35:45

Sounds like a cool game, somebody should come up with a 2 player version!
And anyways people, who really cares about grammar on the internet unless it's something like:

So yea the game b fun n stuf do it cuz its kool



Totaly

Posted by Caitlyn L. on 15 Aug 2012 at 1:55:43

I keep a note on my phone of YG games, and my summary of this one (for those unable to 'get' the one above):

Everyone has 5 pegs (I agree, this would be better). Ask eachother questions, and if you get an answer of yes or no you get one of their pegs. Person with most pegs wins. Easy!

Posted by Emma on 22 Feb 2013 at 5:45:06

Chores probably aren't the best "prize" for this game. I would have it so that the person with the most cards would have to get up for a spotlight or charade or something of the sort.
Thanks Grace.

Posted by Little on 21 Aug 2013 at 6:12:28

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