Inside: Fun Party Games for 14 & 15 Year Olds.
There is something so fun about planning a fun party for teens, they are coming to that age where nothing and everything is cool to them. All I know for sure though is games are always fun and no matter what they will have a good time.
We have put together the ultimate list of fun party games for 14 & 15 year olds. All you need to do is pair it with some junk food and good music and you have the PERFECT party!
Board Games for Games for 14 & 15 Year Olds
Word On The Street: Described as a hilarious tug of words, this game is full of excitement and laughter. Teams try to distract one another from forming words and pull them to their side of the street. Oodles of excellent reviews and raves from young adults to grandparents. I’m grabbing one for our family and my word-loving’ teen!
The Awkward Storyteller: Straightforward party game for 4 to 11 players aged 16 and up. The format is certain to get participants smiling, interacting, and thinking up original twists and plot lines for their story, which they make up as they go along, for the entertainment of the other players and anyone else who is listening.
Zobmondo: This Would You Rather Game is full of crazy questions and hilarious situations that let your imaginations run wild!
Codenames: Social word game pitting each other as master spies struggling to avoid an assassin. Strategy and critical thinking skills are sharpened.
Goatlords: This game guarantees hilarious fun for all ages and is a hysterical commentary on current culture. There’s silliness for all with this game!
Coup: In a dystopian world, this is your chance to manipulate, bribe, and scheme to make it to absolute power.
Minute to Win In Party Games for 14 & 15 Year Olds
Junk in the Trunk: Wiggle a box that is attached to your waist filled with ping-pong balls until the box is empty. When the clock starts, players may begin moving their bodies to shake the ping-pong balls out. The first one to empty all their ping pongs within 60 seconds or empty the most, wins!
Blindfold Bowling: Set up several bowling pins. If you don’t have pins then you can use plastic bottles or cans. Then bowl blindfolded. Take as many turns within your minute.
Water Bottle Flip: Have players take a water bottle and ask them to flip it on the table in front of them. Whoever’s water bottle flips and lands perfectly the most times in one-minute wins!
Wrap Around: Two players must use colored streamers and wrap the streamers around another player to wrap the player up like a mummy. Teams have one minute to completely wrap the other player up or to make the best overall mummy.
Runny Nose: Players get into groups of two and each has a box of tissues. The pairs line up across from each other and prepare to start pulling out tissues. Once the timer begins, it’s an all-out race to see which duo can pull out all the tissues from the box first!
Ice Breaker Games for Teens
Toss & Talk: This is such a fun ice breaker game! All you need is an inflated ball or beach ball and a permanent marker. Write silly and interesting questions all around the ball. Then all you have to do is throw the ball to each person and whoever catches it has to answer the question that their right index finger lands on.
Would You Rather: If you really want to get to know someone ask them if they would rather have fingers for toes or toes for finger, am I right? Here is a list of some super funny would you rather questions!
Shoe Icebreaker: Have everyone leave one shoe by the door. Redistribute the shoes so everyone has one shoe that doesn’t belong to them. Then tell everyone to find the shoe’s owner and then strike up a 2-minute conversation, preferably about a subject other than shoes.
Desert Island: “You’ve been exiled to a deserted island for a year. In addition to the essentials, you may take one piece of music, one book and one luxury item you can carry with you. What would you take and why?’ Each person will go around and share their answers.
Currently: This is a super simple game. You just go through a list of “currently” like “What are you currently thinking about?” or “What are you currently reading?”
More Game Ideas You’ll Love
- Ice Breaker Games for Parties – I love a good party, nothing is better than good food, fun music, and great people. But there is always that little bit of an awkward time when everyone is just arriving and the party has quite kicked off! Don’t let those awkward silences or uncomfortable first meetings ruin your good time. Here are 43 of the most hilarious ice breaker games for parties!
- Totally Fun Games to Play at the Park – I don’t know about you but spring and summer are my FAVORITE times of the year. They are filled with backyard barbeques, long days by the pool and spending the day playing with the kiddos! One of our favorite things to do is pack up some of our favorite sandwiches and snacks and heading to the park to play some of our favorite fun games! Here is a list of our all-time favorite fun games to play at the park!
- Luau Party Games – Cue the Ukulele music, it’s time to party! Now light those Tiki lights, grab a colorful lei and let’s get this luau started! There are so many fun things about a Luau, but no party is complete without some fun party game, am I right? Lucky for you we have a list of the best Luau party games!