Family Games to Entertain
T’is the Season For Table Tennis
Also called ping pong, table tennis is simple to learn and extremely difficult to master. Whether you’re playing singles or doubles, it’s hours of fun for all ages.
OPERATION: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Collector’s Edition
Get out the game table, and set it up for a holiday twist on that nerve-wracking favorite. In this version of Operation, Rudolph’s nose glows and Bumble roars every time the surgery backfires, so keep a steady hand.
Hands-Free Hang the Ornament
See how many Christmas ornaments you can hang — without using your hands — in this challenging partner game.
This unique game is something you don’t see everywhere, but you should! Emerald Leisure Source carries the finest Olhausen shuffleboard tables in a variety of models and lengths to fit any room you want to play in.
‘Tis the Season’ Christmas Trivia Game
Great for all ages, these trivia game cards give you the opportunity to learn fun holiday facts you didn’t know previously. The questions are centered around Christmas movie trivia, movie trivia, TV trivia, song trivia, world trivia, Christmas carol trivia, Christmas traditions around the world, and many more.
Draw a Snowman
All you need are paper plates and markers and you’re well on your way to fun. Everyone places their paper plate on their head, holding the plate in one hand and the marker in the other. Then the host gives a series of instructions:
- Draw a line for the ground/snow
- Draw a large snowball for the base of your snowman.
- Create a medium sized snowball on top of the first one.
- Cap your snowman with a small snowball for the head.
- Draw a carrot nose.
- Now add two eyes and a mouth with dots of coal.
- Draw a scarf to keep your snowman warm
- Add two stick arms and finish your snowman by drawing a top hat on your snowman’s head.
When that’s all done, it’s time to flip the plates over and admire your work!
No game room is complete with a foosball table, offering hours of fast-paced fun for people of all ages.
Candy Cane Hook-Em
All that’s required for this game is a deep bowl and a couple dozen wrapped candy canes. Players place a candy cane into their mouth with the curved side out. Then using the candy cane in their mouth, they try and hook another candy cane from the pile to transfer into the bowl.
The catch? No hands allowed.
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