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Hangman

Old paper and pencil game (or any writing surface) for two or more players. An early version mentioned in a children’s book of games in 1894. Although this…

I Spy…

One of those very old traditional games, but very simple and popular, particularly as a travel game, for any number of players of two or more. First player…

Honey, do you love me?

AKA: “Smile Honey if you love me” Sent in by sugarnspice71613 also Deborah Wilson, Tecoma Christian Reformed Church This game is played by having a group of people…

Heads Down, Thumbs Up

Good for ending a session or party to quieten things down. Works well with young children and slightly older ones. Needs a relatively large group though to work…

Five of a Kind

Simple game for younger players (and older if you pick more difficult topics) Call out a letter and get the children to think of five related things beginning…

Find the Leader

One player, the ‘guesser’, goes out of the room (or in some way prevented from knowing who is chosen). While the guesser is out of the room, the…

Fairy rafts

An eco-friendly activity for children (and adults). Something for outdoors when you are near any water or an inside activity after a day of foraging or perhaps just…

Dead Donkey

AKA: ‘Sleeping Lions’ ; ‘Soliders’ A nice easy game to keep up your sleeve for any occassion when it’s called for and great for near the end of…

Honour of Siam

Quick gag that was found in a very old book [ref?], hence the use of ‘Siam’. However, do not change the name. It’s an ‘old’ honour and only…

Simon Says

AKA: “O’Grady Says” Old traditional game. Good for groups, parties and moments when you want a short game to fill gaps. One player calls out and demonstrates the…

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