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Good for the older set. Gave us an idea for a great game.
on January 7, 2012
We played the games in this book on a two day trip to the mid-west and my kids enjoyed it. Our girls were ages 3, 5 and 6 at the time though, and most of these games and activities were too old for them. Think we'll get more use out of it as they get older. BTW, my husband came up with great car game at this time. One person impersonates a character from a book or movie and gives one clue at a time as to who they are. Whoever guesses who you are wins and gets to go next. For instance, my big, 6'1" husband said in a dainty, high pitched voice. "I love to eat apples." After everyone guessed, and got it wrong, he went on to the next clue. "I have an evil stepmother." More guesses, all wrong, so he moved on to another clue."My best friends are 7 little strange men." At that point our oldest two daughters shouted out, "Snow White!" It was hilarious! At one point I was our dog, "I like to eat out of the garbage can", and one of our daughters was Eve, "I like to dress-up in fig leaves." The funnier the clues the better.