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 I have a penny and you have a penny, and I give you my penny and you give me your penny, we still each have one penny.
But if I have an idea and you have an idea, and I give you my idea and you give me your idea, we now each have two ideas.
Okay, start sharing! How many ideas do you have now?
I have an idea!
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When I Feel Magenta...
Player one starts by making up a simple sentence. "Freddy runs fast."
Player two creates a new sentence that uses the initial letters of the words that make up the sentence from player one. "Flies really flap."
Player three, "Fringes replaced frills."
Continue playing until one player cannot create a new sentence using the same letters. Start with a new sentence.
Competitive players may wish to keep score. Play it like golf with the lowest score being the winner. Players are assigned a point for each duplicate sentence other players can create. Choosing harder words from less common letters would yield a lower score.
Freddy runs fast!
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Alex's Mystery Picture?