I created a scorecard for teachers to use if they choose to play any Minute to Win It End of Year games. On the scorecard, I have a general description of the rules. Teams will earn 1 point for participating, and 3 points for completing the challenge. I also include a way for teams to lose points (poor sportsmanship, arguing, etc) and a way to gain Bonus points (encouragement, teamwork, etc).
On one side is the "Games to be Played" section. There are a total of 21 games with YouTube links underneath each game. The clips are from NBC's actual Minute to Win It and are about 30 seconds each and grade-appropriate (some do contain ads beforehand). On the other side is the "Points" section where they circle 1 for participating and 3 for completing the task.
On the back students will tally up their scores and add in any "Bonus Points"
I usually play in teams of 3-4 students max. I stress rotating people in and coming up with a plan so that everyone is included. I also only have one group of students perform the game at a time. The rest must watch and therefore keeps materials to a minimum and less confusion, hassle. If you had a lot of materials and extra help, you certainly could play at the same time.
I also added a reflection piece at the end for students to think about the game and what they learned, liked, and disliked.