|Aim||Answering questions about safe and responsible Internet use|
|Duration||around 10-20 min|
|Number of participants||at least 2 people, groups can play against each other as well|
|Conditions||Moderator required, level of difficulty/topics to be adapted to the age group of the players|
|Material||Table, 20 cups, 2 table tennis balls, questions (every single question is cut out so that it fits folded into a cup)|
Prepare questions, this can eventually be the first part of the game
For this game we don’t have to pour any alcoholic or anti-alcoholic drinks into the cups, so young people, table and the floor stay dry.
10 pyramid-shaped cups are placed on each side of the table. The cards with the questions are folded into the cups.
Players try to hit the opponents’ cups with their ping-pong-ball.
If the question cannot be answered, the opposing team may throw again. After two questions that have not been answered or have been answered incorrectly, it is still the opponent’s turn. If there are many difficulties in answering the questions, the moderator should answer them or provide tips. The sample solutions to the questions can be found in the solution sheet.
The first player (group) to hit all of the other player’s cups so that these players no longer have any cups wins.
Possible contents for question cards:
Snapchat access permissions