Not only would these activities be fun for a group date, they would also be perfect for youth activities.What You’ll Need: – 1 can of shaving cream per couple – a towel (to wear around the neck of the person getting their hair done) – trash bags for the floor (easy clean up! For this game you’ll want the girls to all be sitting on a bench or chair of some sort with the towel around their neck.As a high school teacher I am often asked for creative ideas on dating.I used to scratch my head when asked, but now all I have to do is refer the teens to this book (and the author's previous book, "Dating for Under a Dollar").Our first “Group Dating for Teens” post was pretty popular, so we thought we’d bring you some more ideas with a focus on summer time!
Don’t get us wrong—we enjoy (responsible) drinking just as much as college freshmen. The rides are actually pretty fun, and big roller coaster drops provide the perfect opportunity to initiate a little hand holding. From outdoor movies to concerts to theater performances, the options are endless. Tune in to local newsletters or magazines that aggregate events, and check daily deal sites for the best options—you never know what you’ll find!Feeling hungry but don’t want to splurge on a restaurant date? Split up into teams and let the dice (and the good times) roll.Head over to a local food market or food festival with your date and snack on some delicious samples. A little tip to make it extra fun and a little saucy? Look online for times that local museums offer free admission (it’s usually in the evening) and roam around with that special someone.No matter where you live, there’s usually a good, free summer concert going on.Plan a date around it, and soak in both the music and the summer rays.