Food Fun and Facts - Low Cost Family Entertainment




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Low Cost Family Entertainment
Solutions for Long Weekend Fun

(Family Features) If a three-day weekend is scheduled on the calendar, your family may be preparing for a road trip or keeping close to home for a "staycation." Whichever route you choose, make fun family entertainment a top priority by keeping a variety of enjoyable, and inexpensive, activities on hand to ensure a non-stop good time that won't break the bank during days off from school and work.

Rather than spend money on a day at an amusement park or a double feature at the movies, keep family and friends close by suggesting activities that everyone can partake in, and are also low cost, or even free. You'll be having such a great time that you may start a three-day weekend tradition.

Those who are planning a long weekend at the beach should toss a deck of cards into the beach bag for quick games packed with fun. Card games such as Go Fish, Crazy Eights, Scrabble Slam or the new Sorry! Revenge card game can be played while lounging on a towel or taking a break under an umbrella. In addition, bring a few board games for a relaxing family game night after a long day in the sun.

Whether in your own backyard or away at a vacation destination, spending time outdoors playing games such as capture the flag or bocce ball will entertain people of all ages. Looking for some healthy competition? Split into teams for a game of kickball or softball and get the entire family involved. Be sure to pack plenty of refreshments, such as water and lemonade, to stay hydrated.

For an afternoon or evening of unplugged fun, plan activities that don't require a television, computer or cell phone. Gather around the kitchen table to solve a puzzle or play chess. For a game that players of all ages can participate in, try the Pictureka! game where players must find wacky images hidden in the ever-changing game board. Once the kids go to bed, the adults can play a lively game of charades or Taboo to get everyone out of their seats and laughing.

If bad weather spoils your plans, take the party indoors. Build a fort in the living room and spread sleeping bags out on the floor. Prepare a pretend campfire by making favorite camping snacks such as s'mores by microwaving marshmallows and sandwiching them between graham crackers and chocolate bars. Make the night extra-special by letting the kids pick a board game for the family to play, such as The Game of Life, Connect 4 or Clue.

Capture memories throughout the weekend by having a camera available for snapping photos of expected and unexpected moments. Send photos to family and friends or hang them on the refrigerator to remember the good times.

For more family game night tips, visit FamilyGameNight.com. Or, follow Hasbro on Twitter @FamilyGameNight.SOURCE:
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Filled with imaginative activities to bring the family together and create lifelong memories, this resource for parents and grandparents is full of activity ideas that require little or no preparation and use materials that are easily found around the house.
The 26 themed family events and 140 related activities go beyond game night and movie night by creating family traditions that kids will remember and look forward to repeating.

Families laugh together on "Giggle Night" or "Opposite Night," explore during "Animal Night" and "Science Night," or scare themselves silly on "Spooky Night" and "Mystery Night."

Everything needed to make the night complete is detailed, including skits, songs, crafts, games, and recipes.
Family Fun Nights: 140 Activities the Whole Family Will Enjoy





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Are you looking for Family Games, Group Games, or Children's Games & Activities?
Planning a Party, Date Night, Family Get-Together, or a Game Night?

This book includes hundreds of fun game and activity ideas for people of all ages, groups of all sizes, and for any game category and setting!

More importantly, the purpose of this book is to bring families together, create fun and meaningful memories, and provide wholesome entertainment for everyone!
Great Games!
175 Games & Activities for Families, Groups, & Children!





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Play Sorry

Since 1934, players of all ages have been chasing one another around the classic game board, trying to get their own four pawns from Start to Home.

But it's not that easy, because you never know what the next card will hold:

Will you move forwards or backwards' Will you hit a slide and shoot ahead, or will an opponent bump you back to start'
For 2 to 4 players. For Ages Five and Up (Fun for Adults, too!)
Contents include: Sorry! game board, deck of cards, and 16 pawns.
Sorry




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