After searching far and wide for some fun Veteran’s Day games, we finally decided to call the folks over at Print Games Now to seek out their ideas. Here is their number one and number two suggestions for Veterans Day printable games
Celebrate Dad and all he does. Add some fun & games to your father’s day celebration with Bingo, wordsearch, icebreakers, matching, activities and more! We hate to admit it but sometimes even gatherings of our loved ones get a little boring, especially for the kids, so we always have a stack of printable Fathers Day games on hand, just in case.
So many games to play >> Think fun scavenger hunts, trivia, who knows dad best, and bingo! Continue Reading →
Don't forget to print out a few printable patriotic games for your Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day Celebration Parties. They are not very expensive so even if you don't end up using them this time, you will have unlimited printouts for 90 days which takes you way past Labor Day.
We love to have these games on hand just in case … just in case it rains, just in case the little kids (or the big kids) get antsy, just in case your party extends well into the evening after the sun goes down and the lawn games get put away. Printable games are also a perfect evening activity when camping since they are light weight and easy to transport. Consider printing on recycled paper. Additionally, if you are looking for classroom activities for a patriotic school party, these are both educational and fun.
All six of these printable patriotic games will keep your guests guessing and laughing plus you can personalize all of them.
Bring the grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and siblings together at your next family reunion with lively games perfect for all ages. Fun for the whole family. Printable family reunion games will help everyone get to know each other better with games like Famly Reunion Bingo and Grandma's Measurements. Let the laughter (and games) begin!
Update! We are so disappointed that Funsational, our “go to” printable games merchants has shuttered her shop and we cannot find the featured family affair game any where else. You might try to print it directly from our page — it probably will not be as sharp an image as we normally like, but it might just be “good enough”. Not to worry though, there are plenty of other family reunion printables on Etsy and of course, there is always Print Games Now!
Don't forget to print out a few games for your Memorial Day Celebration Parties. They are not very expensive so even if you don't end up using them this time, you will have unlimited printouts for 90 days which takes you way past the 4th of July. Continue Reading →
Presidents’ Day Printable Game
A few years back, I spoke to Deanne over at Printable Games A to Z about the dearth of printable President’s day games. (we are so missing her site!) Here’s what she suggests:
Personalize a Customizable Printable Bingo Card with the names of different presidents:
1. George Washington 2. John Adams 3. Thomas Jefferson 4. James Madison 5. James Monroe 6. John Quincy Adams 7. Andrew Jackson 8. Martin Van Buren 9. William Henry Harrison 10. John Tyler 11. James K. Polk 12. Zachary Taylor 13. Millard Fillmore 14. Franklin Pierce 15. James Buchanan 16. Abraham Lincoln 17. Andrew Johnson 18. Ulysses S. Grant 19. Rutherford B. Hayes 20. James Garfield 21. Chester A. Arthur 22. Grover Cleveland 23. Benjamin Harrison 24. Grover Cleveland 25. William McKinley 26. Theodore Roosevelt 27. William Howard Taft 28. Woodrow Wilson 29. Warren G. Harding 30. Calvin Coolidge 31. Herbert Hoover 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt 33. Harry S. Truman 34. Dwight D. Eisenhower 35. John F. Kennedy 36. Lyndon B. Johnson 37. Richard M. Nixon 38. Gerald R. Ford 39. James Carter 40. Ronald Reagan 41. George H. W. Bush 42. William J. Clinton 43. George W. Bush 44. Barack Obama 45. Donald Trump
We like the idea! And if you are really into Presidential trivia, rather than calling out the Presidents' names you can give unique hints like “he was the 31st President” (Hoover) or “he was elected for two nonconsecutive terms.” (Cleveland) Too bad none of the hints can yet refer to a “she”!