Address the risks of getting an STD in different situations in a playful way with this game board.

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Step 1

Make an arrow

Cut out an arrow from a piece of paper or cardboard.


Step 2

Attach the arrow

Attach the arrow to the printed out game board with a split pin.

Good job!

A step-by-step guide to play the game


Player 1 spins the arrow to select one of the 14 depicted situations in the outer circle.


Player 1 now has a number and a situation, e.g.: 12 - cuddling.


Player 1 spins the arrow again and will now end up on one of the STDs in the inner circle.


Player 1 checks whether the number of his/her situation (12 - cuddling) is listed underneath the STD he/she ended up on, e.g. chlamydia.


It is not, so the player does not run a risk of contracting an STD in this situation. Ask the player(s) why you do or do not get an STD in this situation.


Player 2 now spins the arrow twice, etc.


Continue playing until all situations have been addressed.


Discuss the situations more in-depth during and/or after the game. You can ask the players about their personal experiences, but you can also talk about one specific STD or about safe sex in general.


Using the 4 images depicted in the corners of the game board (unusual or odd-smelling (vaginal) discharge, itching, painful or burning urination, no symptoms) discuss the symptoms of STDs, what you should do if you (might) have an STD and what you can do to prevent STDs.

Extra game information

  • As a game leader, inform yourself about possible places where young people can get an STD test and about the procedure, so you can answer all questions that come your way.
  • This activity is a part of the StreetSmart sexuality package. The package aims to give youth workers the tools they need to address the topic of sexuality in a playful way with the children and young people they work with, so they can learn to make conscious, healthy and respectful decisions. Sexuality is a very broad term, encompassing various subtopics. Here, you can find a list of all activities included in our sexuality package to address these different topics:
  1. Sexuality in general: The Sex Alphabet, The Sexuality Goose Game, Yes or No Circle, Sexuality Statement Game
  2. Body (development): Anatomy fundamentals, Who has what?, Physical changes in puberty, Emotional changes in puberty, Life Cycle
  3. Boundaries: Stop!, People to People, Kiss the Teddy Bear, Body Carrousel, (Not) Okay?, Body Twister 
  4. Relationships: Choose Your Relationship, My Ideal Partner, In The Worst Way Possible
  5. Gender & sexual orientation: Labels, Sex Change, Who does what?
  6. Safe sex: The Synonym Game, Condom Smugglers, Goodie Bag, STD-Roulette, Can I get pregnant?
  7. Sex & media: Who is responsible?


All players choose a situation first and then take turns spinning the arrow to see who did or did not get an STD.

Specific learning objectives

  • Getting to know the risks of getting an STD in different situations.
  • Learning about the symptoms of STDs.
  • Learning how to prevent STDs.

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