Ideas for Hours of Fun on Family Game Night
Does your family have a family game night every week or once a month? Family game night is a great way to spend an evening bonding as a family and growing personal relationships within the family (or finding out who is the most competitive). Uno is a favorite game at our house that we play if we have time, but I would really like to have more planned family games nights and get the whole family involved. Here are the best games for game night. Beware: some games are competitive; play at your own risk.
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Favorite Family Board Games
Do you have a family know-it-all or just someone that thinks they know it all? Test your family knowledge with Trivial Pursuit Family Edition. Find out who in your family is a trivia buff.
Beat the Parents is a fun and challenging game. Our kids enjoy this game (and love to beat the parents) and you will be surprised how challenging the parent questions can be.
Have an artist in your family? Love to draw? Pictionary might be the game for your family. Everyone can draw and guess.
Are you a family of great spellers? You can have a Scrabble challenge for family game night. Plus it’s a great way to teach and improve spelling skills.
Find out who is the best strategist in your family. Play the classic game of risk.
Learn the Bible with Bible Bingo and more fun Bible games like Parable Parade, Bible Memory Game, and Christmas Bingo and Memory game from Bible Games Central. These games are fun to play and great for kids of all ages.
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Card Games & Table Games
Rummikub is a classic game of strategy. Be warned this game can be highly competitive. Be careful who you play with! But it’s tons of fun as plan your next move
A fun combo pack of You Gotta Be Kidding! and Would You Rather….? Perfect for the kids are that always asking the “would you rather….” questions.
Make dinner a fun time with the Melissa & Doug Family Dinner Box of Questions. It’s fun game everyone can play and will keep dinner time relaxed and enjoyable. If you ask one question at dinner each night, everyone will look forward to coming to dinner to play and find out “today’s question.”
Classic Jenga – the game of skill and balance that everyone enjoys playing. Find out who has the best balance and most skill in your family.
These best games for game night are a fun gift everyone in the family will enjoy together.
What’s your favorite game for family game night?