Category Archives: Games

15 Fun & Easy Card Games for Kids

15 Easy & Fun Card Games for Kids

Some children have forgotten, in this day of computers and video games, how much fun it is to play with a simple deck of cards. Additionally, some children have never played card games.  It is up to those of us who remember the hours of fun we had as children to get them away from their computer and video games and teach them some of these old favorites. Card games are educational, teach social skills, and are just plain fun. This article will present fun card games for kids, with all the rules necessary for playing, plus some variations to add variety to even the easiest, most common card game.

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Mad Libs Game [+ Word Lists for Mad Libs]

Mad Libs Game [+ Word Lists for Mad Libs]

Leonard Stern and Roger Price invented the Mad Libs game in 1953. They created their own publishing company and the books were such a success that over 100 million copies have sold. Mad Libs are fill-in-the-blank stories. Players choose words – nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives – to fill in blanks in a story. The result is a strange, funny, and definitely original story!

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

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

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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350+ This or That Questions + Game Rules

350+ This or That Questions + Game Rules

This or That asks players to choose between two options, even if they do not like either of them. Our selection of This or That questions presents funny options and also lists questions by category and for different age groups. The game works well as an icebreaker or party game as one can ask as few or as many questions as desired. This or That works for any group size. Use This or That questions in school, at camp, in the car, or anytime you want a quick and easy game that needs no special equipment or advance preparation.

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20 Fun Games to Play with Friends

When friends get together, it can be a challenge to find a game that everyone will enjoy. Unfortunately, what sometimes happens is that each person pulls out an electronic gadget and does their own thing. This article provides multiple ideas for fun games to play with friends inside and outside, on a sunny day and when it is cold or rainy, and with a just one or two friends or a large group. Use these games at parties, sleepovers – any time you get together with your friends.

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30+ Fun Camping Games for Kids & Teens

Fun Camping Games for Kids

Summer time and children of all ages are off to go to camp. Summer camp games involve campers and their counselors in activities designed to provide physical exercise; help build leadership skills, independence, and self-esteem; and are fun!

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Best Activities for Toddlers (Sensory, Indoor, Outdoor + MORE)

Best Activities for Toddlers (Sensory, Indoor, Outdoor + MORE)

A toddler is fun, but finding activities that engage them, are safe, and also enjoyable can prove challenging. Providing safe and age-appropriate activities for toddlers can be difficult for a number of reasons:

  • Toddlers want to put things into their mouths.
  • It is difficult for a toddler to understand directions.
  • Toddlers have a short attention span.

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Scattergories: Rules, Variations + HUGE Category Lists

Scattergories Rules, Variations + HUGE Category Lists

Families have played the popular game Scattergories for nearly thirty years. Originally published by Parker Brothers in 1988, when Parker Brothers was purchased by Hasbro a few years later the game was published internationally under their Milton Bradley brand. A 2-to-6-player game, the goal is to score points by listing unique names of objects within a set of categories with a given initial letter.

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Easter Egg Hunt Ideas for Kids of All Ages

Easter Egg Hunt Ideas for Kids of All Ages

Easter is one of the most joyful and anticipated holidays of the year (next to Christmas, perhaps). It signals the end of the long, gray winter season that begins after New Years and seems to stretch on and on until finally, one day, green grass and tiny flowers start popping out of the snow. The coming of Easter means that Spring has finally sprung, with the rebirth of plant and animal life and the ability to finally get out of the house without the need for hats and scarves, and enjoy the rapidly-warming weather. Whether you regard Easter weekend as a religious holiday or a vacation from school, it is always something wonderful to be enjoyed by all, and what better way to celebrate springtime than with a good old-fashioned Easter egg hunt?

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People Bingo Rules & Cards

One of the best ways for people to get to know each other is to play a game of People Bingo! It’s easy to play, just give each person a Bingo card, and make sure everyone has a pencil or a pen.

The Bingo players move around the area trying to be the first to get their Bingo card filled up with names. If someone can’t move easily, the players can go to that person.

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