Give a pen and paper to each person in the group. Ask them to write their first name in the middle of the paper. Each person then moves around the room, inviting others (including leaders) to attach their name wherever the first letter matches a letter on the paper. The names are then added like a branching crossword puzzle. The person who is able to attach the most names in the given time is the winner. Materials: A pen and paper for each member of the group.
Invite the group to quietly move around the room. As they are walking, have the leader call out the name of a sport (for example: golf, soccer, rugby, swimming, parachuting, polo, basketball, horse racing etc.). When they hear the name, the group must stop immediately and hold a still "freeze frame" illustrating or acting out the sport.
This is a word association game. Ask the group to sit in a circle. The first person starts with any word they wish (i.e. red). The next person repeats the first word and adds another associated with the first (i.e. tomato). The next person repeats the previous word and adds another related word (i.e. soup), and so on. To keep this moving, only allow five seconds for each word link. See how many linking words your group can get.