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Homemade Guess Who…

Homemade Guess Who: People you actually know. This would be awesome for a game night. Also would be a fun gift idea!

Family magnets - kids would have so much fun with these!  Great way for toddlers to always remember names of family they don't see often!

Family Magnets and an Announcement! Must do this for my boys! Family magnets - kids would have so much fun with these! Great way for toddlers to always remember names of family they don't see often!

The most fun group game you will ever play. Once you play, you will agree. Instructions for making the Candy Ball and playing the game. Could play this with any holiday or learning lessons.

Christmas Candy Ball Game-The most fun group game you will ever play. Once you play, you will agree. Instructions for making the Candy Ball and playing the game. Need: candy, shrink wrap, packing tape and two dice.

Twister with colored shaving cream

colored shaving cream for a fun twister game . the perfect summer activity - think I would use canned whipped cream instead.

Fun :P

29 Boredom Busters Your Kids Will Actually Love

Come Together Kids: Mini Marshmallow Shooters (or Pom Pom Poppers) put a balloon over the top half of a stiff plastic cup, with the bottom of the cup removed. Pull of the balloon tie with the pompom inside, and POP!

Box maze walkthrough

Cardboard maze, this would be great for a school fundraiser. Craft Project Ideas: 23 DIY Projects That Will Blow Your Kids’ Minds

minute-to-win-it games for a kid's birthday party

Minute To Win It - Games for Summer Fun

Great Minute To Win It Game to Play In or Outdoor; Face the Cookie! Place a cookie on player’s forehead. Using only your facial muscles, move the cookie to your mouth. This one will bring on lots of laughs!

5 ideas for family games full of ideas for writing, thinking creatively, and laughing together.

Family Game Night: 5 ideas using only paper and pencil

Family Game Night: 5 Ideas ~:: The Pleasantest Thing ::~ You won't need to buy anything- each game needs only paper and pencil. These games are all fun for the whole family.

Jell-o Play Dough  Ingredients:  1 Cup White Flour 2 Tbsp. Salt 2 Tbsp. Cream of Tartar 2 Tbsp. Cooking Oil 1 Cup Warm Water 1 3oz. Package of Jell-0 Directions:  Add ingredients together in mixing bowl.  Mix until consistent. Pour into a pan and stir continuously over LOW heat.  (Keep it low, it will thicken suddenly and will burn easily because of the sugar content!) Once thickened into a big ball, place on wax paper to cool. Knead for a few minutes with some flour until it’s no longer…

the BEST playdough recipe, hands down. and you make it with JELLO! Ingredients for this Jello playdough recipe: white flour – 1 cup salt – 2 tbsp cream of tartar – 2 tbsp cooking oil – 2 tbsp warm water – 1 cup Jello – 1 pack

Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls)

Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls) - All you need is some flour, water, food coloring and cotton balls! Bake them in the oven. When cool give your kiddo a hammer and watch the FUN! If only I didn't hate touching cotton balls.

Games that require nothing more than people and your brains!  Perfect for any time you are stuck waiting with kids!  *see comment section for more ideas, especially older kids*

10 (Almost) Effortless Waiting Games For Your Kids Cool games that require nothing more than people and your brains! Perfect for any time you are stuck waiting with kids!

No TV nor Wii..time to make Hovercrafts. This will keep boys busy.

Summer Kid Crafts: Make a Hovercraft You only need four things: a CD a push-up water bottle top a balloon superglue

"50 Memories for 50 Years"                            I "borrowed" this from a pin I found on Pinterest a few months ago.  I did this for my husband's 50th birthday, recruiting MEMORIES from family, friends, former neighbor's, co-workers, former students and employees.  My husband LOVED it.  He told me this was the best gift he's ever received!! by lilly

Birthday or Anniversary Gift Idea: 50 Memories for 50 Years. Gather MEMORIES from family, friends, former neighbors, co-workers, former students and employees. Write one memory on each card. This is a gift he will treasure.

Watch out Lowe's, here come many teachers your way! Paint strips to make 5/10 frames!   Easy-peasy bookmarks   So, how many times a day are ...

Family Guess Who? ~`*`~ Replace all of the images in a Guess Who game with pictures of family friends and relatives. Children will enjoy having a more personalized game and will also learn about extended family members they may not get to see very often.