What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
If the person who busses the tables at a restaurant told the server that the turkey sandwich was ready for his check, obviously they would be looking forward to a big tip from a person, not a menu item.
The receptionist at the garage knows that cars can't drive themselves when she tells the mechanic that the Ford Mustang will be in at 4:00 instead of 3:00.
Name more examples of situations where a person might be defined by an inanimate object.
Hey, French Tip rescheduled for 3:30.
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Remember the Little Red Hen
This is a game of describing words. Player one names an adjective (green for example). Other players must name objects that could be described by that adjective (grass would work well for the above example).
You can keep score if you choose.
One way would be to reward the person who chooses adjectives that describe lots and lots of things. Points would be awarded for each noun named by other players. The competition could be between the players finding the nouns with a point awarded to each appropriate noun named by a player.
Advanced players may enjoy finding unusual adjectives that describe very few nouns. In this version the lowest score would win.
A foam pad, tissue, cotton balls and swabs, feathers and stuffed animals are all soft things.
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Alex's Mystery Picture?