Supplies:
  1. Either our downloadable question template or your own list of questions (one copy per team)
  2. Pens, 1 per team
  3. Clipboards (optional), 1 per team
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Setup: 

1. Break the group into even teams. Make sure the teams have the same number of players or it will give a team an unfair advantage over the others. If you have extra players, then have that player serve as the "stat recorder" for the group; their information cannot be included in the stats, but they can be in charge of recording the information on the sheet. Groups of 4 to 8 are ideal.
2. Have each team designate a "stat recorder" (with even teams, this person's information will be included).
3. Hand the sheets to each group, and let them begin.

How to Play: 

1. Each group makes their way through the series of questions and tallies the number of points for each one.
2. Once all of the team has gone through all of the questions, they add up all the scores into one final tally.
3. As each group completes the sheet, they hand it in to be checked by the team leader.
4. The group with the largest tally, wins!

Variations: 

1. There are many topics you can use as the base for your questionnaire: history, sports, media, etc. The main thing about the questions is to make sure they come up with a numeric answer.Sample questions (should you choose not to download our template)
1. Counting January as one point, February as two points, and so on through the calendar year, add up the total of birthday month points in your group.
2. Count up the number of different states your group visited/passed through this last summer vacation.
3. Total up all the shoe sizes in your group (just one shoe).

Tips: 

1. If you are worried the math may be too difficult for your group, have a couple calculators on hand.
2. This is not a timed event. It's about the number of points, not how quickly you are able to finish.

Downloads: 
Activity Length: 
5 - 15 minutes
Age: 
School-age
Tween
Teen
Adult
Senior
Competitiveness: 
Either/or (can be played either way)
Educational: 

works on math skills & memory skills

Difficulty: 
Attention, please! (a few rules to follow)
Indoor/Outdoor: 
Either
Mess Factor: 
Clean and tidy
Noise Level: 
Quiet
Number of Players: 
5 to 10
10 to 20
20+
As many as you can handle!
Prep Time: 
5 - 10 minutes
Space Needed: 
Medium (a clearable open space the size of a 2-car garage)
Team Division: 
Teamwork! (divide into teams)