What it is: A game about cramming as many skittles candies into your mouth as possible. Kind of silly and maybe, depending on your point of view, a little gross, too. Best for: A big group, like at least 8. And probably best played late at night at a party or sleepover. What you need: All […]
Here’s a list of categories you can use to play a number of games that involve thinking of as many items in a category as you can. Examples of categories include things that are red, types of fast food, or things that melt.
A shower should be all about the guest of honor, of course, but it’s fun to hear from and get to know all of your guests. This printable questionnaire can be given out at bridal or baby showers. Guests fill out their answers and you read the answers aloud for some good laughs.
A version of the game fruit basket where players learn different traits about each other, mixed in with some competition and fast feet action. A great get-to-know-you game.
Instructions on how to play sardines, a reverse form of hide and seek where one player hides and it’s up to the rest of the players to quietly find them.
If you want to see if you and your friends are gifted with any psychic abilities, give this game a try. Players take turns saying numbers out loud to see how high they can count, with a twist.
Photo scavenger hunts: Get a list of things to take pictures of and go out and shoot some photos! Included in this post are four different lists for different occasions (at the mall, at home, at the park, and one for anywhere).