Balloon Truth or Dare games are great ice breakers and great too for a crowd. The games on this page are best suited to teens but you can adapt them if you have a younger age group. And if you want some ideas of what to write on your truth and dare papers, then CLICK HERE FOR TRUTH OR DARE IDEAS
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What you will need:
Paper and writing tool
Tacks, darts, and a wall
Hose pipe and water
How to set up:
Write truths and dares on pieces of paper then insert them into the balloons. Blow the balloons up and then use tacks to carefully hang them up on the wall. Attach the tack to the tied end of the balloon being careful not to pierce the inflated part of the balloon! If you haven't got a wall, tack the balloons to a tree.
How to play:
Get the players to stand a certain distance from the wall and give them three darts. They then take it in turns to throw a dart at the balloons with the aim of popping one. When they pop a balloon he/she must look at the truth or dare and must do what it says. If they chicken out then they will get sprayed by the hose!
Submitted by: Samantha Ducey (Barre VT)
What you need:
Paper and pen, balloons
How to Play:
To play this game the host of the party writes down either a dare or a truth on small piece of paper (do this before the guests arrive). Stick the piece of paper in a balloon then blow the balloon up. You need to make as many balloons as there are people (for example if there are 8 people at the party then you need 8 different balloons with a truth or dare in it). Then have all the players sit in a circle and one at a time they each choose a balloon and pop it only using their backside. Now they must perform the dare or answer the truth question that was in their balloon!
Submitted by: Emily (New Jersey)
If you want some ideas for Truth or Dare questions, then one of my readers has compiled this list:
The truth questions:
Have you ever kissed a boy (or girl)?
Have you ever had a crush on your friend's boyfriend?
Most embarrassing thing anyone has ever said to you?
Do you sneak snacks when your Mum isn't looking?
What are you going to name your kids when you get married? How many?
If you had to choose between.... and ... who would you go out with?
What's the dumbest thing you ever said or did around a boy you liked?
Would you go to school in a Minnie Mouse costume for £50.00?
If you had to go down the street to the end of the block at midnight would you have to take a friend or could you do it by yourself?
Do you sleep with a stuffed animal or blankie?
The dare activities:
Try licking your elbow while singing the alphabet
Ask a neighbour for a roll of toilet paper.
For the duration of the game you must yell out exclamations randomly.
After someone says something add "Whoa ... I'm good!" for the next 15 minutes.
Sing "I love you, you love me" from Barney with all the motion.
Eat a bite out of a sandwich made from each person choosing one ingredient to put on the sandwich.
Stand outside with a sign that says "Honk if I'm Cute!"
Say how long your longest relationship was for.
Prank call your mum.
Dance crazily to a song.
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