The Summer Olympic Games are almost here! Here’s a list of words to use for Summer Olympics pictionary, charades, catchphrase, or any other fun games you might be playing as you watch the games. There are also some easy Olympic trivia game ideas.
If you’re looking for a Presidents Day game, this is the right place! I have three free Presidents Day game printables: a matching game about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, a historical fact pictionary list, and a mingling game featuring even more U.S. presidents.
For a Valentine Don’t Eat Pete version or some cute preschool class Valentines, visit this post. There are free printable versions you can download and play. Happy Valentine’s Day!
This is a Christmas gift exchange activity, using the poem “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” and the words “right” and “left” to instruct children to pass their gifts to the right or the left. It’s kind of like a white elephant gift exchange, but for younger kids because it’s easier and faster and, because there’s no actual choosing involved, will probably lead to less gift-picker remorse.
Happy Winter! Here’s a list of pictionary words related to winter and snow. Even though, where I am, winter doesn’t exactly mean snow. We’re enjoying weather in the low 60s today. 🙂 Happy winter nevertheless! Winter pictionary word list
A Thanksgiving tradition my mother-in-law always does. It’s a talking reflection activity, a great way to develop grateful hearts because it goes beyond the typical “Name one thing you’re grateful for this year.”
This lists all of my Halloween posts so far, giving you a great selection of Halloween party games: Mafia, a Halloween Don’t Eat Pete, costume I spy bingo, and more! Free printables included.