As it is well documented around here, we love scavenger hunts. They are one of our favorite family activities and party games. Over the years, we’ve done lots of different kinds of scavenger hunts. One of the best ones, though, is the nature scavenger hunt. I love this type of scavenger hunt because there isn’t any set up for me.
Believe it or not, Dad’s special day will be here before you know it. Always after Mother’s Day and the rush through the end of the school year, suddenly it’s the middle of June and Father’s Day is here.
One thing we always say around here is that Dad is “Out of this World”. I mean, think about it. Who else can fix something around the house, help get the kids to bed and get the toy airplane off of the roof?
Okay, time for some word play. What do the words bunny, basket and jellybeans all have in common? You’re probably thinking something about Easter based on the title of today’s post.
It’s that time of year. You’ve decked the halls. Baked the cookies. And now you’ve been put in charge of organizing the kids Christmas party.
Although hosting a kids Christmas party might seem easy enough, there always seems a stress to figure out how to keep everyone entertained.
When I think about Christmas gift exchange games, the traditional white elephant game and Secret Santa come to mind. Although these gift exchange games are really fun, they take a lot of coordination ahead of time. My usual classic Christmas party game is hosting a Secret Santa.