Carving out specific time to spend with your family is super important. While nightly dinner, the drive to school, or afternoon naps are definitely important family moments, it’s also crucial to spend time with your family where the only purpose is to have a good time. Family game nights provide the perfect opportunity to do this. Pictionary, bingo- these games are simplistic, fun, and allow the entire family to let out your competitive spirits and de-stress just a little bit.

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1. Disney Pictionary

A simple game of Pictionary gets a fun Disney twist with this activity. The names and characters included in this game are easily recognizable by both kids and adults alike, making it the perfect activity for the entire family to do together.

Find more fun, family-friendly activities and ideas at Bombshell Bling.

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2. Jenga With A Twist

Even on the best days, Jenga is a game that just as known for its difficulty as it is for its enjoyability. This game of Jenga has a great twist that will get the family moving and acting incredibly easy while also solving one amazing puzzle together.

Get positive parenting tips, great ideas, and more at Childhood 101.

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3. Family Sumo Wrestling

This isn’t technically a game but it does give the kids a chance to roughhouse a little in a safe way. Using pillows as Sumo tummies and tons of energy and enthusiasm, the entire family won’t be able to resist joining in.

Head over to The Happy family Movement to find tips and ideas for keeping your family as happy as possible.

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4. Disney Movie Quotes Game

Another Disney game that was too clever to pass up, this movie quote “quiz” is absolutely amazing. Featuring quotes that are super easy and ones that require a little more thinking, this game will have you stumped, laughing, and applauding your own memory.

Find amazing crafts and free printables at A Girl And A Glue Gun.

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5. Night Bowling

You don’t need to pay money to go to a bowling alley to have the experience. All you need is a few materials and a back yard to create a bowling game that glows just as brightly as your kids’ smiles!

Visit Growing A Jeweled Rose to find great ways to play and education activity tutorials.

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6. Bingo

Bingo is definitely old school but there’s something about it that never really gets boring. These free printables are simple but you can spice things up a little by auctioning off prizes or putting your own special spin on things.

Design Eat Repeat is full of great printables, recipes, and design inspiration.

 


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Jordyn Smith

Jordyn Smith

A city girl currently living it up in the south with my little family. I love baking, hoarding makeup, and daydreaming. If I'm not writing, I'm probably trying to think up weird pizza recipes or watching Property Brothers.
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