Decisions Relay

Activity Objective

To help the?young people?choose whether a decision suggested is a good decision or a bad decision

Lesson Outcome

The?young people?will articulate basic steps in making good decisions.


  • Index cards


  • On index cards, write situations that end with good decisions or bad decisions. Try to come up with as many situations as there are?young people?in your group.
  • Divide the group into two teams.Invite them to sit on the floor in rows. Explain that the first person in each team will stand and listen as you read a situation. Those two people will decide whether the person made a good decision or a bad decision.
  • As soon as they know the answer, they should raise their hands. The person to raise his or her hand first gets to answer.
  • The person with the correct answer will receive a point for his or her team.
  • The team with the most correct responses wins.


Learning Styles

People Smart, Word Smart

Approximate Time

15 minutes


If there are?young people?in your group with special needs (physical, visual, hearing, language, or behavioral disabilities), adapt the activity accordingly.