One of our favorite things to do after stuffing our faces on Thanksgiving Day is to play games together as a family. Here are some of our favorites that make us laugh the hardest and create the best memories!
Shake Your Tail Feather
2 Tissue boxes
2 pairs of panty hose
Empty out a tissue box for each team. Tape the tissue box to the middle of a pair of hose so that once they are tied around someone’s waist the box sits in the middle of their back. Fill the box with feathers. Time for one minute and whichever team shakes out the most feathers WINS!
Face the Pie
A pie tin for each team
Gummy letters (or any other kind of the letters that are available)
Spell out thanksgiving words such as turkey, feast, family, etc. in different pie tins. One letter per pie tin. Make sure each team has the same amount of letters. Fill each tin with whipped cream. Each player races through their set of pie tins to put together their word using only their mouth. First person to unscramble their word wins!
Corn to Copia
A large fake cornucopia for each team
A bucket of plastic or stuffed corn
One person is blindfolded and holds the cornucopia about 10 feet away from their partner. The partner takes the bucket of corn and hikes it football style towards their cornucopia holding partner. The blindfolded person must try to catch as much corn as they can before time runs out.
Make memories together and Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Grace was born and brought up in Bessemer, Alabama but has a great love for exploring new places. She has been married for 8 years and has 3 kids, expecting number 4 in December. Having been a student off and on for the last 10 years she is excited to say that she is finally graduating from BYU-Idaho with a degree in Marriage and Family Counseling this year. She loves to learn and share what she learns with as many people as possible. Strengthening and encouraging positive relationships with couples and families is a life goal and passion. Her biggest hobby is her family and finding new and fun ways to accomplish the above life goal in her home.