For instant laughter, try re-creating a scene from a favorite family movie using various accents. You can all use the same accent (and do it multiple times rotating which accent you use) or have everyone use a different accent during the same scene. And you don't have to be good at accents—in fact, that even adds to the laugh factor!
This can also be easily done in the car to keep everyone laughing on a long car ride!
For this “By the Numbers” dice party game for all ages, take turns rolling six dice each. On the first round, if you roll one one in one roll, you move on to round two, where you try to get two twos in two rolls. Third round: roll three threes in three rolls or less, etc.
This easy game using just a bouncy ball and cups is a simple and quick solution for screen-free play for kids, teens, and families. Pay it alone, with a few family members, or as a party game in a large group! Find four fun ways to play.
For this easy family activity, all you need is an empty paper-towel roll and some Ping-Pong balls or bouncy balls. Simply cut nine 1" strips and arrange them into a 3x3 grid. You can glue or tape them together for younger players, or leave them loose for a more interesting game if they move around. Then take turns bouncing a ball across the table to see if you can land it in one of the circles.