1985 was a year of “firsts.” The first mobile phone call was made that year. The comic strip Calvin and Hobbes appeared for the first time. Marty McFly and Doc Brown met for the first time in the original Back to the Future, and Nintendo’s original NES system first showed up in American stores. Of course, 1985 wasn’t all fun and games and time travel. There were some things we’d all rather forget. It was the peak of big 80’s hair and big 80’s shoulder pads. Coca Cola launched their doomed New Coke, and British scientists first noticed a big hole in the ozone layer of the atmosphere. Despite all that, there are still plenty of reasons to celebrate 1985. If you’re planning a birthday bash for your favorite 80’s-baby, check out this game pack. It’s, like, totally awesome! Party on.
Slumber party…sleepover…lock-in… no matter what you call them, these overnight parties are a rite of passage for girls. Plan ahead help your daughter have a wonderful experience. First, review your daughter’s guest list. Slumber parties work best when all of the guests are girls she knows well and has spent time with. This isn’t the time to make a new friend. Second, establish ground rules and make sure all the guests know them. Third, choose snacks wisely; keep in mind you’ll be vacuuming up a lot of what you serve. Fourth, make sure you’ve set a pickup time for the next morning, preferably before 10:00 AM; trust me, you’ll be ready to see them go. Finally, plan for a good time. This pack of party games is a great way to make the night unforgettably fun. It includes games and activities that will appeal to every kid, from mad libs to makeovers, and from trivia to confession games, it is nothing but non-stop fun, and a great way to tire out the young revelers so mom and dad can maybe, just maybe, get some sleep themselves.
Back in the early twentieth century, trick-or-treating for candy wasn’t the main Halloween activity. The night was a chance for young rapscallions to prank their friends and neighbors. Nice kids went to Halloween parties, played games, and ate things like apples and cake. When going door-to-door took off in the 1940s, costumed kids could look forward to a few coins, an apple or two, or maybe some cookies for their trouble. Finally, in the 1950s, candy companies caught on to the opportunity they were missing and started marketing treats packaged just for Halloween. By the 1970s most Halloween trick-or-treaters agreed – the only acceptable Halloween treat was packaged candy. Today, Americans spend about $2 billion a year on that candy, and the average trick-or-treater packs 250 pieces of candy and 9000 calories into her plastic jack-o-lantern bucket! Test your knowledge of all this sugar with this treat – a ghoulish candy bar game.
Chris and Deb
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This is a nice game for your Bar Mitzvah, so everyone gets to know each other!
Participants are sitting in chairs, arranged in a circle. One person volunteers to be n the middle and says "The warm wind blows for someone who..." This person completes the sentence with a statement that is true for him or her. Only participants in the citcle who can answer "YES", move through the center of the circle and sit in a new chair. People who cannot answer "YES" to the question remain seated. The last person standing asks a new question.
Have you hired a striper? Are you going to Vegas? Whatever the program, use this game to unveil your friends secrets on men and relationships!
My name is Chris; I am here with Deborah and we would like to talk to you about our printable party games.