Wrap it up! Credit: mattbuck4950, Flickr
What you need: Wrapping paper, tape, scissors, bows and presents or empty boxes.How to play: Pair up players, and let them know that they will be competing against each other, two pairs at a...The pair with the best-wrapped present wins.
Don't tell the password! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: At least four players and a pack of Password cards.How to play: Divide into teams of two – one player will be "A" and the other player will be "B." Divide the...What you need: At least four players and a pack of Password cards.
Poker chips serve as "lives" in this game.
What you need: A standard deck of playing cards and tokens (poker chips, candy, pennies). Any number of players can play this game.How to play: The object is not to have the lowest card at...Be the last remaining player with a life or lives.
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What you need: A blindfold and a spacious area (outdoors or a large room).How to play: Designate one person as "it." Put a blindfold on "it," spin the person around, and send him or her out into the...All you need is a blindfold and a spacious area (outdoors or a large room).
Celebrate Chinese New Year with this Red Rover-like game. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: All you need is enough children to form two teams of at least four people each.How to play: In this Chinese New Year variation of Red...This is the Chinese New Year variation of Red Rover.
Knock the stick over the line to win. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Two sticks and chalk for drawing lines.How to play: Draw two lines with chalk on the ground 8 feet apart. On one of the lines, place one of the sticks. The...Throwing sticks? What is there not to like about that?
Don't get stuck with the Old Maid! Credit: Getty Images What you need: Two to eight players and a pack of Old Maid cards or a standard pack of playing cards. When using a regular deck, a card is either removed or added, resulting in...The object of this game is not to be the old maid!
What items are in your "grocery store?" Credit: Getty Images
What you need: This is a game to play while riding in a car on a road trip.How to play: One person begins the game by saying, "My father owns a grocery store, and in it...Get through the alphabet of items at your father's grocery store.