Let the kids do the work >> We're getting close to Mother's Day and one of the printable games by Print Games Now most loved by moms is the Mother's Day Treasure Hunt. It's packed with tasks for Dad and the kids to complete around the house, made fun in the context of a game. Just copy and paste this link into an email to your husband and let him take it from there. All he needs to do is to print the game out on your home printer early on Mother's Day morning (or better yet, the night before) to keep the kids busy while you sleep in!
Bring the grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and siblings together at your next family reunion with lively games perfect for all ages. Fun for the whole family. Printable family reunion games will help everyone get to know each other better with games like Famly Reunion Bingo and Grandma's Measurements. Let the laughter (and games) begin!
Update! We are so disappointed that Funsational, our “go to” printable games merchants has shuttered her shop and we cannot find the featured family affair game any where else. You might try to print it directly from our page — it probably will not be as sharp an image as we normally like, but it might just be “good enough”. Not to worry though, there are plenty of other family reunion printables on Etsy and of course, there is always Print Games Now!
Celebrate Spring & Easter with fun and adorable printable Easter games and seasonal theme party games. Match baby bunnies, play Easter & Bible bingo, enjoy Easter word scramble, even challenge friends and family to a friendly jelly bean flavor guess.
Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail…. and bugs, butterflies, bunnies, and birds, too! With spring comes rejuvenation, new life, and of course, the Easter Bunny…. all of it reason to celebrate, and all of it reason to play games! Whether just for fun or for a classroom learning opportunity, these Deluxe Easter and Spring games collection has 14 printable games with answers that you print right from your computer.
How this printable game stuff works: There's no limit to the number of printouts you can make. Print one game or print them all. You use your own printer paper so you can print the games on any quality and color paper you choose. Access the games using your email address & password after purchase. Return to print at your own convenience with unlimited printouts forever, to reuse again and again if desired.
What could be easier? Are you like us — we plan every detail of our parties – the invitations, the party decor, the party favors, the food, and never think about planning activities absolutely convinced that our guests are interesting and engaging individuals and can easily entertain themselves. (except for children’s parties where we plan and schedule every minute).
And then once in a while, we either have a sneaking suspicion a day or so in advance or are caught completely off guard right then and there and realize things aren’t going so well. We have had political conversations go ballistic, strident parenting advice get a bit overbearing, and the freshly minted vegan choose this opportunity to proselytize. There is not much to do about it except quickly change the conversation. That’s where these printable games for St Patricks Day come in extraordinarily handy. So be your own party savior with this fun and easy way to keep the kids and adults entertained at your next Irish themed party. Continue Reading →
Plan on at least a few party games just in case there is a lull in the conversation or the football game is a blowout. If you are watching a game on television, let your guests make the calls — provide individual penalty flags – just picture a room full of people tossing their flags all at once! Madden NFL is always good for hours of football fun. For the young at heart, pinatas are a great way to end any party. Years ago we met the fellow who created Fiki finger Football and have been obsessed ever since! And printable games are quick, economical, and easy to execute party fillers. Continue Reading →
My children still tease me about some of our Chanukah traditions. I must admit, with eight days of Hanukkah gift giving and a limited budget, I often found myself pushing the boundaries of creativity. I often used the holiday to buy them “gifts” that satisfied “needs” rather than “wants” and always designated at least one day to reinforce the importance of Judaism and the Jewish traditions of performing mitzvot and giving tzedakah.
FYI >> We always switched up the order of the nights so the kids never knew which night would be the dreaded (often embarrassing) personal hygiene night