Spice up your family game night with some new games and new twists on classics.
This game is already a hit in Europe, and for good reason! Perfect to play in teams of one adult and one child, this game couples trivia with strategy. The trivia is a mix of all topics, so everyone is going to know something- even the little ones!
This game is great because it shows how well everyone knows each other, because the “describer” needs to make their team guess without saying the taboo word. Great for families, even if the recommended age is 13 and up!
The Sticky Head Game
Get some index cards, pencils and tape and you are good to go! Play “Disney” theme or “cartoon characters”- everyone picks a character, writes it down and passes it over. Take turns guessing yes or no questions- the winner is the first person to guess their character!
Try a new twist on this classic- if there are four players, then each person picks two color properties that only they can buy. This stops the game from being overpowering, and then the kids can have some fun too!
A classic- it’s super fun to play, especially when you name the spouse and children!
Draw Something- board game edition
The adults might know this one, but the kids (probably) don’t. It’s just like the smart phone app, but the whole family can play it together instead of behind a mobile device. Get the crayons out!
Maybe this seems like it is too hard for kids, but it’s actually a fun way to build their spelling and vocabulary skills and have fun as a family, too.
If you don’t have a box version of this lying around, there are word generators on the internet (for kids and adults) that can be coupled with a pad and pencil that can be just as much fun!
This one can get silly with kids, but that’s half the fun of it! It could also be fun for the whole family to make your own challenge cards, too.
Another fantastic team game, ditch the junior version and introduce the kids to the fun of this game of many trades. Kids will love the art and acting categories, and will enjoy putting their knowledge to the test for the Datahead portion!