Games

Games


  • 5 Second Rule! Just Spit it Out It should be easy to name 3 breeds of dogs, but can you do it under the pressure of 5 seconds twisting down and with the other players staring at you, waiting for you to get flustered? Time’s not on your side, so just say what comes to mind and risk ridiculous answers slipping out as time twirls down on the unique twisted timer! It’s all in good fun with this fast-paced game where you have to Just Spit It Out!For 3 or more players, ages 10 and up.Contents Include: 576 questions on 288 cards, 5-second twisted marble timer and instructions.
  • Apples to Apples Jr. Apples to Apples Junior is the game of hilarious comparisons! Players will delight in the crazy comparisons while expanding their vocabulary and thinking skills. The 576 cards provide hours and hours of fun! The kids and junior card sets contain no duplicate cards. The sets may be combined for thousands of new comparisons.
  • Blurt! The Webster’s game of word racing. Blurt is a hilarious, fast-paced game of rapid recall that will have both kids and adults scrambling to be the first to shout out a word based on a given definitions
  • Buzz Word In this lively, addictive, and challenging game that fuzzes your memory and buzzes your brain, you and your teammates have 45 seconds to solve a set of ten clues. Every answer shares a “”buzzword”” and the opposing team can steal clues!
  • Emotional Bingo for Children requires players to identify feelings rather than numbers on their Bingo cards. The game includes 32 Emotional Bingo Cards (English on one side; Spanish on the other), a Poster (20″” x 28″”), Tokens, Call-Out Cards, and a helpful Leader’s Guide, with discussion guidelines and counseling suggestions.
  • Emotional Bingo for Teens requires players to identify feelings rather than numbers on their Bingo cards. The game includes 32 Emotional Bingo Cards (English on one side; Spanish on the other), a Poster (20″” x 28″”), Tokens, Call-Out Cards, and a helpful Leader’s Guide, with discussion guidelines and counseling suggestions.
  • Mumble Jumble: A Social Conversation Game gives children and teens a chance to practice conversation in a safe, structured, and often hilarious way. Working in teams, players attempt to create logical conversations from sets of unordered sentences (dialogue strips).
  • Too Much, Too Little, Just Right Children assume two roles during game play: Messenger and Listener. They learn by observing others and by getting immediate feedback about their own expressive abilities. They learn to adjust volume, expression, gestures, and other physical cues in order to communicate effectively and achieve greater self-control. Acquiring these skills helps children develop more appropriate and satisfying social relationships.
  • Tribond: What do these 3 things have in common? It asks the question – “”What do these three things have in common?”” Players try to guess the “”common bond”” between the three clues.”
  • What did you say? A game of non-verbal Lanugage Many children have a hard time reading body language. This game contains 50 colorful pictures of children in different postures. Players pick Body Language cards and try to match the posture closest to the feeling being expressed. Correct answers advance the player. Prompts have kids doing fun stunts and acting out situations as they express themselves non-verbally. – Ages 6-12
  • Whoonu Cranium Whoonu is the exciting game where everyone has unforgettable fun guessing each other’s favorite things. Everyone in the family will have a blast uncovering fun surprises about one another while playing Whoonu.
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