Game Night

It’s fun, simple and a great way to spend time with friends and family during the cold months. Game night is a big deal for kids and big kids. Emily Engberg has a handful of games perfect for all age groups.

  1. Pucket

Pucket is a game that is simple and yet will get your competitive streak rolling. The goal is to get all the pucks from one side of the board to the other before your competition does. It can be found in stores like Target and Walmart and online at Amazon.

  1. Bounce Off

This is great for kids and adults. Would also make a fun college game. Pick a card and then try to complete that card’s design by bouncing a ball into the slot. The first person to complete three cards, win. This game can also be found in stores and online.

  1. You Gotta Know Minnesota Sports Trivia Game

If you know someone that loves sports, this is perfect! It’s a trivia game that features all sorts of sports, players names, records, etc. The first person to get to 21, wins.

  1. Slappys

This game is entertaining because it gets you in on the fun. Hit an unsuspecting person’s wrist with a slappy and challenge them to do what it says. If they don’t do it, you can!

  1. Sleepover

This game is great for kids 8 and up. The idea is to spin the spinner, pick a card and get the points by doing what it encourages. The first person to get to ten wins. We had some kids ages 6-12 play and they had a ball.

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