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15 Graduation Party Games You’ll Want To Have at Your Grad Party


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We are seriously so excited to share the best graduation party games, we have already written one before and everyone seriously loved it and we had to come share more graduation party games that we all could seriously use at any grad party to spice us all the guests and not be bored to the core like some grad parties we’ve all been to (I’m not admitting anything … LOL).

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“We got it as a gift because everyone, who knows us knows we love board games. This one is also portable and easy to bring to staycation or picnic.”

Giant Twister: Use spray paint to create a giant version of the classic game on your lawn or driveway.

Pass the orange: Have your guests sit in a circle and pass an orange around using only their chins. If the orange drops, the person who dropped it is out.

Never have I ever: Have your guests sit in a circle and take turns saying something they’ve never done, such as “Never have I ever skydived.” Anyone who has done that thing must take a drink.

Name that tune: Play short clips of popular songs and have your guests try to guess the title and artist.

Murder mystery: Set up a murder mystery game and have your guests try to solve the crime. You can use a pre-made game or create your own.

Talent show: Encourage your guests to show off their talents, whether it’s singing, dancing, comedy, or something else.

Simon says: A classic party game that’s easy to play and perfect for all ages.

Red light, green light: Have your guests line up at one end of the room and take turns calling out “red light” or “green light.” When you say “red light,” your guests have to freeze in place. If they move, they’re out. When you say “green light,” they can move forward. The last person to reach the finish line is out.

Hot potato: Play some music and have your guests pass a ball around in a circle. When the music stops, the person holding the ball is out.

Red Hands: This quick reflex game is great for all ages. Players take turns trying to slap each other’s hand before the other person can pull it away. The person who gets slapped the most is out.

Capture the flag: Divide your guests into teams and have them compete to capture the other team’s flag.

Horse race: Set up a series of obstacles for your guests to navigate, such as hula hoops, cones, or chairs. They have to race through the course on all fours, trying to be the first to reach the finish line.

Giant connect four: Use PVC pipes and paint to create a giant version of the classic game.

Duck, duck, goose: A classic circle game that’s perfect for younger guests.

Giant Jenga: Use oversized Jenga blocks to create a giant version of the classic game.

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