Office Party Games for Large Groups

Office Party Games for Large Groups

Large groups need games that are organized, have easy directions to follow, and include all participants. Our selection of office party games for large groups includes both team and individual games. Make sure you access the size, age, and physical ability of your players before choosing a game to play from those provided.

Tug of War

Divide your large group into two teams with each team being as equal in ability and strength as possible. Doing so makes the game last longer and increases the fun. Provide a long, solid rope and have each team line up, hold on to the rope, and pull. The team that either falls or lets go of the rope loses. You can also set a space in the middle for each team to avoid. When a team pulls the rope, causing the members of the other team to cross into their area, they win the game.

Freeze

Call to the side a person from the group and give them directions to stop at some point and turn in to a statue. Tell the rest of the group that if they see someone standing totally still like a stature, they must do the same immediately, freezing at the position they are in. The game begins when the chosen person becomes a stature and ends when everyone is standing still. The fun part of this game is the silly positions people end up frozen in.

Guess Who

Have everyone write their name on a slip of paper and put the slips into a box, basket, or bag. Each person draws a name and uses words to describe the person. Everyone else guesses who is being described. You can play this as a team game and have team members compete to see which player makes the quickest guess.

Grab Tails

Divide your players into groups of three. Have them stand one behind the other, the tallest in the front and the shortest in the back. The last person tucks a piece of cloth like a tail into the back of their waistband. Each trio attempts to grab the tails of the other players and pull the tails off. The team of three who collects the most tails by the end of the game wins.

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