#11. Two Truths and a Lie
Creative indoor games for kids, that don’t require any props of equipment, are always a good idea. To play this game, each person shares three statements, one of which is false and two of which are true. Everyone else has to guess which is the lie.
#12. Balloon Ping-Pong
All you need is some balloons and either table-tennis bats, or make your own bats using paper plates and sticks for handles.
Clear some space in the hall and off they go.
#13. Geography Game
The first person starts with a geographic place name and the next person has to think of a place name that starts with the last letter of the previous place.
For example: BlackrocK – KilbeggaN – NicE – EdinburgH…and so on. See how far round the world you can get!
This also makes a great car game for kids, particularly if they use places they see along the journey.
#14. Play The Minister’s Cat
An old Victorian game where you have to think of adjectives to describe the Minister’s Cat in alphabetical order, e.g. start with “The minister’s cat is an adorable cat”. The next person says e.g. “The minister’s cat is an adorable cat and a bouncy cat” and so on.
#15. Indoor Obstacle Course (with a twist)
Set up some obstacles in the room. Blindfold one player and the rest of the players must lead them through the obstacle course by telling them the way to go. Left to avoid a chair, right 2 steps to avoid a table. etc.
For bigger groups, split them into pairs and let each playing take a turn at leading and navigating.