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Number of Players: 2 – 8

You will Need: Donuts, string, scissors

Preparation: Attach donuts to individual strings of the same length. Tie the strings to a long piece of string. Or simply play without the string (see version 2)

How to Play:

Two volunteers hold each end of the long piece of string. The donuts dangle below. For each donut a child is chosen. The player lies underneath the donut of choice and cannot use their hands through the game. The aim of the game is for players to eat as much of the donut as they can within the specified time… however, players must eat as much of the donut as they can without reaching the hole. The player that can nibble the most donut and still have a donut hole by the end of the game is the winner.

Version 2:

If you don’t want to use the hanging donuts, simply try eating the donuts yourselves without eating through to the hole. The winner is the player with the least amount of donut left – but still holding a donut with hole in tact.

Applications:

Big v Small: Sometimes the small things can make a big difference. In the ‘Donut Nibble’ game just one bite could make you win or lose. When we give the little we have to God he can do BIG things with it! (Luke 16:10, Zachariah 4:10)

How Far is Too Far? Chat with teenagers about the issue of how far is too far when it comes to relationships…!

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