Slumber Party Game - Man Hunt

by Lexi
(CA)

You're Invited to a Slumber Party

You're Invited to a Slumber Party



The 1st thing we did at our slumber party was play man hunt (best when dark outside).



Items Needed:

  • 1-3 flashlights for each team.
  • 4+ people ages 6 and up.


Directions:
  • Team A counts first to 60 while team B hides anywhere outside.
  • Pick anywhere in the backyard for jail and anywhere in the frontyard for base.
  • Team A uses the flashlights while they are looking for the other team.
  • Once team B is found they have to run away from team A and get to base.
  • If they get tagged then they have to go to jail.
  • Once you're on base you're safe, but if you step off then you can still be tagged.
  • If team B makes it to base except for 1 person then team B will have to get off base and try to tag whoever .
  • Iif team B makes it to base altogether then they get to hide again (hiding is more fun!!!)
  • Or if team B is all in jail then they have to count!


This game super fun!


Also for tweens you should have a sleepover and serve popcorn, candy, nachos, chips, soda, etc... anything that will make them feel like they are more "free" and only because their birthday is once a year.

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Girl Birthday Party Ideas.



Recent Articles

  1. St Patricks Day Party Ideas and Games

    Mar 06, 19 02:06 PM

    Host your best St Patricks Day party ever with these cool party games and activities.Challenge friends to a round of green trivia, write funny limericks, or play a right left leprechaun game.

    Read More

  2. Valentine Fun Candy Trivia Printable Game

    Feb 14, 19 01:44 PM

    Match the fun fact to the candy in this Valentine fun candy trivia. How did 3 Musketeers get their name? What candy bar really satisfies? Answer key included.

    Read More

  3. Presidential Trivia - An American Presidents Quiz

    Feb 14, 19 01:43 PM

    Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, 4th of July event, trivia party, or pub night. The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

    Read More