19 Feb

‘Calendar’ Pictionary

Ok … stumped. playing Pictionary with my 3 and 5 year olds. We got some good ones.. pizza, octopus, pull-down projector screen (used in kinder),  even the Cat Bus Totoro from ‘My Neighbor Totoro’

Cat Bus from My Neighbor Totoro

Cat Bus from My Neighbor Totoro

but were all scratching our heads on why my 3 yr old calls this one ‘Calendar’:

Calendar Pictionary

Calendar Pictionary

Maybe it will all make sense soon…


One thought on “‘Calendar’ Pictionary

  1. I love playing games w/ big grpous too. One that we love (we have the actual game but it could easily be made up) is Things: laughter in a box. They way you play is a card is drawn from the box and read aloud. (if you are going to do the game DIY style then have everyone write down something and draw from there).So it could be: Things that you don’t say to your mother. Things you want to do before you die. Things that you have never done but want to. Things that would make school more interesting . you get the idea.So then everyone takes a scrap of paper and writes down their answer to the phrase read the answers can be true, made up, serious, funny . So lets say the phrase was Things that would make school more fun. Some possible answers would be: disco lounge in homeroom, NO dress code, no more teachers, etc Anyway, all the answers are put together anonymously and read aloud. Then, one by one everyone tries to guess who wrote which answer. Your turn guessing continues until you guess wrong, then its on to the next person. You get a point for each correct guess. The last person standing wins a bonus 6points.Its so much fun! The answers can get pretty funny and you get to know people’s sense of humor alot! We play this game alot for church events, when we have friends over whenever we have 5+ people (its not as fun w/ fewer than that). Anyway, hope you like it!

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