Youth Group Games- Team Building for Teens- Great Ice Breaker Game

Music- That’s not my name- The Ting Tings
When I start a workshop with a room full of unsuspecting teenagers I like to show them how it’s done with the help of a couple of daring volunteers. In this case two winners camp staffers volunteered to be the “Center-MUSES” together with me. The inspiration for the dance movements, the 3 Basic MUVES are used (Walk, Tap & Root). This helps give students a foundation to create their dance steps.

We used verbal cues, but as you teach this game you can also use the MUVE Concept Cards to help the students find creative ideas. There are various types of inspiration concepts (Bodyparts, Emotions, Motions, Opposites, Characters) available in our toolbox

If you want to dance for your own enjoyment, see the many free easy dance exercises available at the MUVE Video Blog at MUVE videos are free video workouts that can be done by kids, seniors and adults. Learn about all the ideas, concepts, videos and free inspiration tools from MUVE at the website

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1 Comment

  1. MUVEmethod
    December 1, 2014

    How do you create a dance party with your youth group? Try a MUVE dancing game to ignite your group, work on team building and foster creative cooperation. 

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