This indoor game only requires PostIt Notes—at least 100 per team (and writing utensils).
Divide the group into two teams (or more if you desire), and then give each team at least 100 PostIt Notes, ensuring the same amount for each team. Each team then elects one person to be its mannequin or scarecrow. This person will stand in the center of the team (arms out) and allow the other team members to stick notes on their backs and legs.
The fastest team to get all of the notes to stick to the mannequin wins. (This is harder than it might seem). If you desire to put a twist on the game, have each team write Scripture verses or other affirmations on the notes before sticking them.
Place a fish bowl (or hat or basket) in your youth area. During the course of some weeks, invite the teenagers to write questions on index cards and place them in the bowl. These questions can be serious, funny, probing or helpful.
When the fishbowl is reasonably filled, play the game. Form your group into a circle and begin by passing the fishbowl to the teenagers on your left. This teen must select a card from the fishbowl and provide an answer to the question in 10 seconds (basically, first answer that pops into his or her head). The fishbowl continues around the circle. Those who cannot answer a question in 10 seconds sits out that round, and play continues until you have a winner or the fishbowl is empty.
This group-building activity is an inspiring way to begin a new year and enlist the creativity of the individual players. Begin by giving each teenager an index card and pencil, and then invite each one to write down a favorite quote, Scripture reference or thought that has been inspiring to them or perhaps has served as a guide in their lives. After each person has accomplished this, collect the index cards, shuffle them, and number the backs. Count off in the group, and then give each person his or her correspondingly numbered index card. As time allows, go around the circle and ask each person to read the inspirational quote for the New Year.
All activities contributed by Tom Outcalt from http://www.youthworker.com/youth-group-games-activities/archive/