Competitive-games

Viking Olympics

In the document below you will find a fun and entertaining sports block - a real Viking Olympics.
Have fun trying it out and customizing it:) 
 

Costume contests can be made with the children on various themes. The costumes are made from everyday materials such as newspaper and tape.

Possible themes: kings (e.g., on the story of David, Solomon), knights

 

The aim of the Technik-Sternli is to teach children age-appropriate Jungschart techniques. A signature run is a good opportunity to apply the content of the Orientation Zack at the Jungschi level.

The aim of the Technik-Sternli is to teach children age-appropriate Jungschart techniques. Relays are ideal for regularly refreshing all technical areas.

Cross golf gets golfers off the perfectly manicured lawn and into the heart of nature!

A giant marble run is an afternoon activity that encourages creativity and collaboration.

For anniversary and inauguration celebrations, it's good to have sponsorship competitions.

 

End of Year Celebration - Teen Club End of Year Party

To welcome the new teens to the teen club we have a party!

Suspenseful competition and devotion on the theme of Psalms.

Competition for 3 groups of teenagers with picture puzzles, pantomime, collages.

The three cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Nidwalden each form a game group. The game is played according to the official rules (Swiss edition)

Two players face each other and play the ball to each other. The ball must be hit about in the middle of the fabric, when the ball comes the two timbers are pulled apart and the ball flies back.

A variation of British Bulldog.

A kind of rugby where not physical strength is needed but speed.

 

Which group manages to get their flag out of their opponent's field and into their own? This is a movement-intensive terrain game that needs almost no preparation.

This terrain game is usually played in larger cities. With the help of sporadic clues to the whereabouts of the unknown "Mister X", he is pursued by several groups with the aim of identifying and capturing him. The game is based on the board game "Scotland Yard"

The ladder game in large format works similar to the normal one. 

In this game players play in groups. These groups get the task to take pictures of certain objects and/or certain constellations. To solve this task, they have to find the given motives and partially need to ask by-passers for help.