hi I'm Chloe Banchette I'm 16 and planing on growing up to be working in a magazine. (I also have a 12 year old little Brother which helps).
I find boys partys between 10 and 14 really difficult to plan but yes we do survive. It's also pretty brave to admit to a challenge like co-ed fear factor party.
why don't you partner up a boy and a girl as a couple that'll force them to use team work and be co-oprative you could also set tasks that will take team effort and will cause them to use a bit of creativity and imagination. it will be hard to brain storm tasks that the boys will find challenging but the girls won't be grossed out by or frightened by. Why not try making a PHYSICAL CHALLENGE with a time limit like the next clue being at a bit of a hieght or a bit challenging to prize away from it's location but giving each couple a certain collection of props or tools where they have to share their ideas and agree before they can reach the next clue. A great challenge might be to strap some strong thick elastic around their waists and the next clue just out of reach so they'l have to think of ways to work together or use each other to get results. Also remember that a team who is a bit far behind might neeed some motovation so mid-challenge you could add perks that might get their edrenelin pumping like adding a king sized chocolate bar or something to the prize. If the numbers of boys or girls is different and there happens to be a team of the same gender, a little BIASTY never hurt any1 if there happens to be a team who bends the rules you might want to give them a little set back or two.
I hope the party goes well
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