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.

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