Family Game Night
In our house, we’ve probably played more board games and video games as a family than we have since our kids were pre-teens. After the first couple of months of quarantine, we were so over Monopoly, Yahtzee and Scrabble. It was time to get creative.
Here are a couple of good options to keep the fun flowing–with minimal directions to read. These two games are similar, using a fill-in-the-blank format to come up with hilarious answers that never get repetitve.
Kids Against Maturity is the tamer of the two, with a bit of coarse humor (potty jokes, etc) but nothing too abrasive. If you’re having an “age 18 and up” game night, Cards Against Humanity will definitely leave a mark. If you’re they type to blush quickly or offend easily, you may want to sit this one out.
Either way, these games allow you to reconnect with your family and friends without a single tech device. Definitely worth it. Great holiday gift ideas, or just keep them for yourself.
Click here to learn more about Kids Against Maturity or Cards Against Humanity.
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