Category Archives: For Kids

114 Trick Questions with Answers [Funny Mind Trick Questions]

Trick Questions - IcebreakerIdeas

You may believe you are smart enough not to be tricked. However, trick questions can stump anyone. Common sense and experience will not help you answer these tricky questions. Even though some of the answers are logical or rely on common sense, your first thought is quite often incorrect. Some trick questions are funny, some are a play on words, and some involve looking at things differently. Try your hand at answering all of our trick questions and share them with friends.

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250+ Funny Would You Rather Questions for Kids, Teens and Adults

Would You Rather Questions

For a party or family get-together, there is nothing quite as much fun as playing a game of “Would You Rather.” This article provides lists of “Would You Rather” questions for many occasions and different group compositions. We have also included funny and challenging “Would You Rather” questions. Included are some of the best “Would You Rather” questions available.

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100 Brain Teasers With Answers for Kids and Adults

Brain Teasers

A brainteaser is a type of riddle that makes one think outside the box. Some brainteasers are easy, some are a little harder, and some can really make you ponder for a while. Often, when you finally hear the answer, you feel ignorant or silly, because it should have been obvious to you. However, brainteasers are fun. Therefore, we keep testing ourselves and hoping we get better at solving them.

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18 Fun Gift Exchange Games & Ideas

Gift Exchange Games

There are many times when you have a group of individuals with gifts to exchange. Placing the gifts under the tree or on a table and calling out names can get boring year after year. Add a special method of gift distribution this year with our gift exchange games.

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110 Best Christmas Riddles (For Adults & Kids)

110 Best Christmas Riddles (For Adults & For Kids)

What makes a holiday more fun than laughter? And laughter is guaranteed with our Christmas riddles that will test your knowledge and that of your party guests in areas such as holiday movies, songs, gift giving, and general Christmas cheer. We begin with Christmas riddles for adults, many of which draw on your childhood memoires. Then we have some easier Christmas riddles for kids perfect for the classroom, church group – anywhere children gather at Christmas time. Next, we challenge you with riddles based upon Christmas songs and end with a Christmas riddle category we all love, Christmas gifts. Riddle on!

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14 Funny Icebreakers for Kids, Adults and Teens

Funny Icebreakers for Kids, Adults and Teens

Icebreakers usually have a specific purpose – team building, preparing participants for activities, and introducing people to each other. However, sometimes you just need a fun activity to add to the effectiveness of a meeting, class, or other group. Our selection of funny icebreakers includes those for adults, teens, and kids. However, most of these fun icebreaker games can be adapted for any age.

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34 Quick Icebreakers [Easy & Cool Ideas]

Quick Icebreakers

Icebreakers allow group participation, so they are an excellent way to get people interested in an event or activity and relax. Our list of quick icebreakers takes no advance preparation and can be played anywhere. Use them at the beginning, middle, or end of any activity. Most of our quick icebreakers work for any age and group size.

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15 Best Icebreaker Games for Kids [+Fun Activities]

Ice Breaker Games For Kids

Any time you get a group of kids together who do not know each other, the first thing to do is to get all of them relaxed and feeling comfortable. The best method for doing so is to use icebreaker games designed specifically for kids. It is important not only to choose the right game, but also to consider the situation, location, and purpose for playing. We have provided an excellent selection of icebreaker games for kids, as well as suggestions for when, where, and why to use them.

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