Today’s game is a simple one, but fun for all ages. Get a blank sheet of paper (or print our holiday-themed notepaper) and write “Merry Christmas” or some other seasonal phrase across the top. Then set a timer for 5-10 minutes, and race to see who can form the most new words using only the letters in that phrase.
Remember the old “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” activity that was such a mainstay of birthday parties when we were growing up? This game is a spin-off of that one, only in our version, the goal is to “Put the Baby in the Manger.”
Today’s game is seriously cerebral. We first created this “Christmas Timeline” for a party we hosted for old college friends, but we’ve since used it with homeschool classes and physician groups, as well. It is perfect for folks who appreciate a challenge and love to learn. The object of the game is to place 21 events in chronological order in …
Today’s game is an old standard with a fresh facelift. We are proud to present (drumroll, please) “A Merry Christmas Word Scramble.” You’ll note that the first letter of each scrambled word is capitalized. It is amazing how much more difficult that one little detail makes this game.
Several years ago, my daughter called home from college to ask if she could borrow one of my (many) Christmas sweaters for a holiday party she was attending. I was briefly flattered, until she explained that the point of the party was to see which attendee could wear the ugliest, gaudiest, most over-the-top, sparkly, spangly, bejeweled and bedazzled Christmas sweater imaginable… and she figured any of mine stood a good chance of winning!
Registration is now open for Six Flags “Read to Succeed” program. This program is designed to promote a love for…