Procedure: Arrange chairs in a circle; one chair per person playing, minus one. One person stands in the middle of the circle and approaches a person sitting in the circle and asks: “Do you love your neighbor?
With Thanksgiving heading our way, I love to do things to remind my kids of the many blessings we have. There is so much in our lives to be thankful for. I created this little Gratitude Game to play with them, and we have been having loads of fun with it!
-Breakfast Scramble: Put together cereal box puzzles -A Bit Dicey: Balance six dice on a popsicle stick held in the mouth -Balloons and cups: Blow up a balloon and use the air to knock plastic cups off the table:
10 Awesome Minute to Win It Party Games
These 10 Minute to Win It games were perfect for all ages challenging enough for older children, but easy enough for everyone to join in the fun! Hysterical silly fun for everyone!