Grandpa’s Underpants, Nana’s Knickers

Grandpa’s Underpants, Nana’s Knickers

Dinner games Grandpa’s Underpants One person answers questions from the other players. The aim of this game is to keep a straight face while you answer Grandpa’s underpants to any question put to you.  If you’re one of the people asking questions, your aim...
Three Wishes

Three Wishes

Dinner games Three Wishes A genie offers you three wishes, what will they be? Why did you choose that? When our family plays this, the only rule is that you can’t wish for more wishes (or for another genie!) If you’ve got more than one child playing, you may...
Alphabet Shopping

Alphabet Shopping

Dinner games Alphabet Shopping There are lots of ways to play this memory game, but we’ve always liked the shopping version. Taking turns around the table, the game starts with one person saying, I went to the shop and I bought a [something beginning with A, like an...
Would You Rather (Why)?

Would You Rather (Why)?

Dinner games Would You Rather (Why)? This is a game of choices – sometimes disgusting ones! Around the table you take turns posing a question with two options, saying: Would you rather …X or Y… ? Each person says which choice they would make and why. Here’s some...
High-Low-Happy

High-Low-Happy

Would you like to find out what happened at school and work without asking What did you do today? The High-Low-Happy game helps us talk about the good, bad and interesting bits of our days – and get comfort or reassurance without needing to ask for it. Everyone shares...

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