Create a festive Fourth of July party game for kids, teens, or families using a grill tray from the Dollar Tree and red, white, and blue marbles. Keep it simple for kids with just 1–3 marbles in the tray, or make it extra advanced for older players using all 30 marbles! Here's how to play!
Help add joy and harmony at home with family service ideas for kids (ages 3–5, 6–9, and 10+), teens, and parents. These 100 ideas to serve your family give you a great place to start, and our service chart to mark 100 service projects keeps the momentum going. These family service charts come in two versions, with one including a spot for a drawing of your family! Our PDF download includes the list of 100 ideas in between the two chart options, making it easy to print the service ideas on the back of either chart for easy reference with double-sided printing.
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.