Supplies: Peeps, chair
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At some point in the 2000s, a game show appeared out of nowhere that felt like it was made specifically for kids and youth pastors. This game show was called Minute to Win It and very quickly it became a big part of every kids and youth ministry service and event all around the world.
And one of the most popular Minute to Win It games was "Face the Cookie." It was insanely cheap and required almost no setup.
Here's a video of some randos playing Face the Cookie:
Face the Peeps is Face the Cookie but with a Peep.
Competitors are invited to the stage or teaching area where they will sit on a chair and get a box of Peeps. They will lean their head back and place the Peep on their foreheard.
When the game starts, they will have to use their facial muscles to move the Peep from their forehead to their mouth.
If the Peep falls to the ground, they can start over with a fresh Peep.
This game can be played by one player to a countdown timer, as a race between several competitors, or as a competition for the amount of Peeps that are eaten.
It's such a fun and easy game to add to your kids church service that I'm sure it will be very...PEEPular.
This article is a part of our 50 Easter Ideas for Kids Church series. See the other ideas in this series to ensure that your Easter kids church services are amazing!