Include a detailed Word document
When an idea is in our head, we tend to forget that it’s not in the heads of others. The more detail you give, the easier it will be for a youth worker to execute it.
Make sure that you follow our guidelines for formatting Word Documents.
Link to resources
Some ideas require props, materials, apps, etc. Always include links to the necessary resources.
You can describe something all day long, but it will never be as effective as a picture. If you created a unique way to play the Blindfolded Crowbar Toss, take a picture of the set-up and include it with your Word document.
Include graphics and/or videos
This is optional, but a great addition to your game. If you have supporting graphics or videos, please include them in the zip file. Even something as simple as a title slide makes the game far more valuable.
Scale when possible
Some youth groups have 10 kids, others have 400. If your Blindfolded Crowbar Toss game needs 15 crowbars, make a note that smaller youth groups can get by with 8 crowbars.