Updated on March 30th, 2020
If you love charades and Pictionary then you should love this one too. Divide the group into two teams with the same number of members. Have them sit in a circle with teammates. There are a stack of cards with different terms and the person who is tagged have to explain the word to the team members but cannot be used the taboo words. If he use them a negative mark will be added. The time will be 1 minutes only. Then the stack of cards will be passing and you can play the game for long time. Finally calculate the score and announce the winner.
3. Scavenger Hunt
Here is one that is always a favorite among the occasional activities. Give this scavenger hunt game a thanksgiving vibe. Have pictures of turkeys hidden all around the house and the objective of the game is to search the pictures. Provide the clues of hidden places. You can make it more interesting without providing hints. The maximum number of collector team wins the game.
4. Guess Who?
This game is designed with 20 questions. A member stands asking guess who! Each family member will have the chance to question till 20 questions are up and they need to guess the person.
5. Balloon Waddle
This one is not only fun and extremely challenging too. This game you will let you have much fun. Blow some balloons and make the participants stand in a line. Give them each a blown balloon. The contestants have to place the balloons between their thighs and waddle across the room after the whistle blow. If the balloon burst person should be disqualified and who finishes first will be the winner.
6. Treasure Hunt
The version maintains the essence of the traditional treasure hunt game in the Thanksgiving Day. You can bring a nice variation to the game instead of having gone through the regular vibe. Make sure to enlist the things those are findable. Divide the members into two teams and provide the lists they have to find. Give them a calculated time and the team complete the task first wins the game.
7. Picture Puzzle
Print out the thanksgiving related large pictures like turkeys; cranberries etc. Cut the pictures into square shapes. Mix all the pictures on a flat surface, keep a chart paper and some glue. Distribute the pictures among the contestants making sure they don’t see them. The contestants have to see the picture and find the res parts to complete the puzzle. The team finishes first wins the game.