Kwanzaa Party Games Celebrating in Style and Fun
Kwanzaa is a fantastic occasion to celebrate. If you're having a party, here are a few game ideas that will add to the fun.
"Mamba" Kwanzaa Party Game
This game is lots of fun, and requires players to work together as a team. It is especially good if lots of children are playing. All that's required is a fairly big area (around 10 metres square) that has been marked off. The children gather in the marked-off area, and one is selected to be the Mamba. The Mamba must try and catch the other players, who must stay within the marked-off area. Any player who runs outside this area must leave the game. When a player is caught by the Mamba, they join onto the snake by placing their hands around the Mamba's waist. Only the snake's head (the original Mamba) can catch people, but as more players get caught the children making up the body of the Mamba can entrap other players. The game ends when all children have been eaten by the Mamba. The last player to get captured wins a small prize.
"Earth, Air, Fire, Water " Kwanzaa Party Game
This fun Kwanzaa party game is best played with a fairly large group of children. All that's required is a tennis ball and a decent-sized area to play in. The children sit in a circle, and one is chosen to start. They must throw the tennis-ball to someone else in the circle, calling out either "Earth", "Air", "Fire" or "Water". If Earth is called, the player who catches the ball needs to name an animal that lives on the Earth (the ground). If Air is called, they must name an animal that can fly. If Fire is called, they must remain silent. And if Water is called, they must name a marine animal. The game continues as the ball is tossed from player to player. Each player gets 10 seconds to think of an answer, and they must not repeat an answer already given. If they break these rules they must leave the circle. The last player left in the circle wins.