Jump right in and use the questions as a starting point for a family game night game that’s sort of like Family Feud—minus commercials. Here’s how to play:
What You Need
- A large stack of 3 x 5 cards (blank)
- A stopwatch or one-minute timer
- Pen or pencil for each player
Before You Start
Choose the ones you like, write them down, one per card, and scatter the cards face-down on a falt surface, like a floor or table. Distribute the pens or pencils and the remaining index cards—one per player.
Player 1 selects a card from the pile and, working clockwise, reads the question for player 2 to answer. Before player 2 responds, all players must guess how player 2 will answer the question, writing their answer on a 3 x 5 card, and keeping their answer secret.
Player 2 has one minute to answer after everyone else has written down a guess. (A designated player, such as a parent, should keep an eye on the timer.) Then the remaining players reveal their guesses, one at a time.
Players earn points each time their guess matches an answer. Players lose a point if they fail to answer a question, or fail to answer within the one-minute limit.
The game ends when you exhaust the questions. The player with the most points is declared the winner and gets to choose your next family adventure or dessert.