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!
This game is good for developing memory skills. Start the game with player One saying I went to the supermarket and I bought…..(name something that you could buy at a grocery store).
The second player starts the sentence again repeating what the first player found plus something new.
Continue on around adding items until someone forgets.
Start over but use a new location (I went to the carnival and I rode….).
I went to the store and bought bread, milk and a pear.
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The first player imagines an enjoyable vacation. The other players must ask questions that can be answered with a yes or a no until someone guesses the dream vacation.
Example: I’m imagining a day spent in the mountains hiking up a gentle slope to discover a cascading waterfall filling an emerald-green pool. We have a picnic at the pool and hike back down. Our evening ends in a quaint little mountain village, eating at a local restaurant and sleeping in a quiet hotel. The next day we find another trail.
I love a day hike and an evening in a comfy hotel room.
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