School Daze DJ Entertainment is a division of DJ Enterprises Mobile Disc Jockey that handles School events in the Sacramento Valley, Granite Bay, Rocklin, Roseville, Lake Tahoe, Truckee, Loomis, Colfax, Auburn and the Grass Valley, Nevada City CA Gold Country areas. Experienced experts in School dances, Homecomings, Proms & Balls, Fund Raisers, Talent Nights, Graduations and Grad Nights. Planning your school dance should be an easy process and here at School Daze DJ Entertainment we strive to do just that. We will work together with both the faculty and students to put your ideas into action. We also understand that being a school, there are strict regulations that must be abided and we are very open to listening to any concerns that there may be. Our goal at School Daze DJ Entertainment is to get your students excited about your school dances and in turn increase ticket sales. We offer a variety of school dance packages, but can also customize packages based on your individual needs. Our packages are designed to fit any budget, from simple sound systems to large scale productions with club like appeal. School Dazes’ dances are innovative and will leave your students wondering when the next dance will be. Let’s get your students excited about the next dance before it even happens. Give us a call today and let us know how we can help! Call (530)273-9304
If your School or group is into Interactive Games, Ice Breakers and Dances than look no further.. DJWarwick with School Daze DJ Entertainment is a game master! He can get your students up and having a BLAST while bonding at the same time. He has led countless Schools in group games with the excitement only he can deliver. You can have just one game or dance for your event or have an entire event based on interactive activities, it’s all up to you! This is just a sample of possibilities, if you have seen a game or ice breaker at an event you would like at your function just let us know. Most of these games are intended for Elementary and Middle School age students, wile some are appropriate for High School students as well. Please let us know if you plan on us providing games ahead of time, some games have an additional charge for supplies. Call us today for pricing (530) 273-9304 or email email@example.com
Balloon Pass #1: Teams are made, two lines facing each other for each team. First, two people put balloons between them wherever the DJ calls. (i.e.; hips, shoulders, stomach and they hold the balloon at between that point on their bodies and go to the end of the line then the balloon is passed back to the head of the line and the next couple go.
Balloon Pass #2: For this fast and fun game, you need to make long lines of people. For example, three lines of ten people each. The first person in line passes the balloon over their head to the person behind them, who in turn passes the balloon to the person between their legs, who in turn passes to the next person over their head and so on. The line that gets the balloon from the first person to the last person in line wins!
Long Balloon Pass: Have everyone get into a circle. Use a long balloon and have guests pass it around the circle between their legs and not using their hands. When the music stops, who ever is touching the balloon is out.
Balloon Bounce: Have a contest to see who can keep the balloon in the air the longest using only their head. The person who can keep it in the air the longest without using anything but their head is the winner. (This game can also be played in teams).
Balloon Pop: Four people per team, two poppers and two blowers. The object of the game is simple, two people blow up the balloons and two people pop them… but they must be popped by holding the balloon between the two people and not using any hands.
Balloon Stuff: Teams of three or four are made and one person is designated the “stuffy” while the others are the “stuffers”. The “stuffy” puts on an oversized sweatshirt while the “stuffers” are given balloons to “STUFF” under the sweatshirt. The team with the most balloons under the sweatshirt wins!
Hula Hoops: Make big circles of people, have them hold hands, put the hula hoop between them and then they are to pass the hula hoop through the circle without using hands. When the music stops, whoever has the hula hoop around them is out. This continues until there is only one person left. Variation: Traditional Hula Hoop contest; the person who can hula the longest without dropping it to the ground, wins.
Walla Balla: A scoring game with up to four people at a time. Put on the Walla Balla and try to make as many baskets in a given time. Each of the three baskets are numbered with a score. The highest score within a designated amount of time wins.
Freeze Dance: Play a fast song and when the music stops all must freeze. Changing songs and telling people to put their hands in the air will add spice to the contest.
Scavenger Hunt: You can have as many people as you like play this game. Have the players come to the dance floor with a chair. Everyone must sit. The DJ calls something out like “a Businesscard”. The players run to find one. While they are gone, we remove one chair. The person who comes back and doesn’t have a chair is out. This can be done quickly by calling another item while people are still out and removing another chair.
Huggy Bear: Everyone out on the dance floor. Play a song and have everyone dance. Yell out a number and the dancers must get into groups of that number. Anyone not in a group or a circle that is of the number called is out. Everyone can play this, young and old!
Limbo: We all know how limbo is done. It always seems to be a crowd pleaser and you can have a girl and guy winner or break it down into age groups. You may also do this as a couple or team event with more than one going under at the same time.
Snow Ball Dance: The DJ begins by getting everyone out on the dance floor in pairs. When everyone is dancing, the DJ announces “switch” and all must switch partners. Variation: Have a father-daughter snow ball dance.
Chicken Dance: The DJ will gather everyone in a large circle and then lead them into the traditionally silly “Chicken Dance”.
Conga Line / Train Dance: An old favorite, requires an energetic leader such as the party host, directed by the DJ to guide their “train” of guests around the room.
Lip Sync Contest: A fast-moving relay lip sync contest with an unexpected twist! First gather 3-4 players lined up for each round with the instruction that the players will lip sync popular songs until the music stops. The player has a short amount of time to lip sync and dance to gain audience applause. The twist is that the players don’t have a choice in the song or songs that may change at any time. When the DJ stops the music that performer moves to the back of the line, while the next person quickly moves up. This continues on until each person performs twice. The winner will be judged by audience cheers and jeers.
Fumble Fingers: This is a relay race. Begin with two teams of equal players, (up to 10 per team) and line each team up with the first person in line near a table with difficult items to pick up and pass. Examples; toothpicks, popcorn, buttons, sticky fly paper, etc. Next, each player puts on a pair of awkward garden gloves. The first players on each team pick up the first item and passes it down the line. If a player drops or spills an item, it must be returned to the table and passed from the beginning again. The first team to complete all passes wins!
Marshmallow Run: This is a relay race. Begin with equal teams. Each player has a straw and is to suck up one marshmallow and carry it across the dance floor and put it into a glass and run back and slap the hand of the next person in line to do the same. The first team with one marshmallow per player wins!
20 Cups: A relay race. Start with two equal teams (up to ten participants per team) lined up on the dance floor. Halfway down the dance floor are two stacks of Styrofoam cups. When the DJ says “go” the first player in line runs to the cups, grabs one, next runs it down to a designated area, places that first cup in position, and runs back and tags the next person in line who places the second cup and this continues until a 10 cup pyramid is made. The first team to complete a pyramid wins.
Egg Spoon Race: A relay race involving teams of equal amounts of participants or one-on-one competition. Players are given one egg each. The first person in line is given a spoon to place their egg on, and when the DJ says “go” the lead players race to a designated egg carton and places their egg, runs back and passes their spoon on to the next runner. This is continued until all players have ran with their egg and the team with the most unbroken eggs in the carton wins. If a player drops an egg, they must continue toward the carton, touch it with the spoon, and run back to pass the spoon to next player, and then the dropper is disqualified. Variation: For one-on-on competition; two players race to place eggs in a carton, the most unbroken eggs wins.