Got a little time to kill? Here's a simple, football themed game to keep your mind occupied while waiting for the doctor, dentist, or your food to arrive at a restaurant. How well can you do when your team is down to the wire and needs a field goal?
Don't be afraid of offending any of the ghosts or goblins who are attending your Halloween party! Here's a fun, democratic way to decide who has the best costumes. All you need is a photo of each player, a bunch of square tissue boxes, and some tokens.
Pumpkin carving is a time held tradition at Halloween, but may not be the best for little hands or large parties. For those times when you'd rather not use a knife, try pumpkin decorating instead. By offering up a fun assortment of craft and recycled materials you can take pumpkins to the next level without the worry or mess!
Heighten your senses with this hide and "sneak" challenge! Players try to make their way across a playing field that is booby trapped with bubble wrap land mines. Can they make it across without getting caught in the searchlight of the night watchman?
A good fright brings all your senses to life! What better way to creep yourself out than placing your hand in jar of pickled brains? Of course we don't mean real brains, but the mere suggestion of what might be gets the mind whirring and the fingers tingling!
Any time you need a costume or disguise, a plaster mask is just the thing! We'll show you the mask-making basics, so you can make any monster, animal, alien, or creature you can imagine!
Here's a game that mixes the action of a scavenger hunt with the thrill of bingo! In Scavenger Hunt Bingo, each player is given a bingo card with a series of objects noted in each square. The object of the game is to be the first player get 5 objects in a row!
Get cracking and plan an egg hunt your friends will never forget. These plaster-covered eggs take your hunt to the next level by adding the element of actually cracking an egg! Add the wonder and surprise of finding a baby dinosaur inside, and your dino party will be the hit of the millenium.
Fall is the perfect time of year to do a little "nature detective work!" Turn a walk around the neighborhood, local park, or woods into an exciting scavenger hunt. Find as many different leaves as you can, bring them back to the house, and preserve them by making leaf rubbings. Then, use your rubbings and one of the wonderful tree-identifying sites available on the web to figure out just what sort of leaf you have.
Having trouble telling one key from the other on your massive keyring? This quick, simple craft will not only beautify an everyday item, but help you keep organized as well! No more fumbling around to find the right key for the front door or bike lock. Make each member of the family their own set in their favorite colors; makes finding those lost keys a little easier!