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The Thanksgiving Game


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  • Fun and exciting new family game that brings families and friends closer together
  • Perfect addition to your Thanksgiving traditions
  • Fills the conversation void at family Thanksgiving gatherings
  • Players experience ThanksGiving, ThanksGuessing, and ThanksSharingTM
  • Made in the USA
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  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9.5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0014WFYPE
  • Item model number: CLS777
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #393,364 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Liven up your Thanksgiving celebration - your family will love it. For players ages 7 to adult. 3 or more players. Message from the Game Creator: For many years, the Thanksgiving GameTM has been played by our family each year on Thanksgiving Day. Traditionally it is played around the table, between dinner and dessert. The game gives everyone an opportunity to express their gratitude to God and to each other. When friends and family gather to show their love and appreciation, everyone is a winner! However, we suggest that a prize be offered to the official winner, such as candy, a plant, or a new Christmas decoration. If you don't have a prize, you can offer something else, like the largest piece of pumpkin pie! Or add your own family tradition. The Thanksgiving GameTM is great for ANY time of the year, and we hope that it will bring you years of enjoyment and meaningful memories with family and friends!

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Zolton on November 23, 2011
With Black Friday Eve -- aka "Thanksgiving", in some circles -- approaching, I decided to get into the gobbler day spirit. It may not have the sugar-fueled mania of Halloween or the raw consumerist frenzy of Christmas, but I still found plenty of opportunity to get my turkey-themed freak on.

I'm always looking for something -- anything -- to liven up the Thanksgiving dinner experience. If I wanted to sit in a room staring at the family for four hours, I'd stage another intervention for Uncle Pete. Lord knows the last one didn't take.

So I picked up this game to play at the holiday table, after we're stuffed on stuffing. In the description, the makers suggest "a prize be offered to the official winner, such as candy, a plant, or a new Christmas decoration". Those don't sound much like 'prizes' to me -- we'll be playing for cold, hard Thanksgiving cash. That's how my family rolls.

Good thing, too. We played a practice round over the weekend, and I cleaned up. I scored eighty bucks and a gravy boat off of Grandma alone. And I've been practicing in the meantime. Assuming she's got any dough left by the time Thursday rolls around, this is going to be the best Thanksgiving EVER!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nrh on February 23, 2010
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Whenever one brings a new game to a family gathering; well, sometimes others are reluctant to play and you don't know how it will work yourself.

I had to cajole everyone to write down their items for which they were grateful. We did lessen the number from five to three each and that was about right for our group of 12 participants from 3 year old to the grandparents.

One of the most reluctant had a good time in the end and said that I had brought the entertainment. The 3 year old delightedly announced that it was hers whenever hers were read: easy-peasy points. Some were completely thrown off track by answers from the college crowd, but we all learned something more about our family. We also spent a little time thinking about what we have to be grateful for --- always a good thing to do.

It was well worth it! One might want to make up paper forms for the consumable ones in the game, though. They will run out.
NRH :)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt Hart on December 2, 2008
This is a sweet game for your family or small group. It really helps focus on being grateful and on getting to know each other. Louie, the man that designed it, is a friend and gives a significant portion of the proceeds to non-profit agencies (including the one where I work, in the interest of full disclosure). This game would be a great Thanksgiving tradition for a family, Sunday School class, or other small group.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Beverly on December 31, 2012
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We play this after our family is thru with dinner and we just
sit around the table and draw a card...sometimes the answers are funny
and it just fun and a lot of laughs...
especially if you have guests over you haven't seen in awhile.

Just a lot of fun...
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It was okay - I thought it would come with some facts and trivia about Thanksgiving. It was nice having people share what they are truly thankful for .
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