How well do you know your family? Play a game of Family ‘Fess up and find out. Works in-person for your household or virtually with family afar.
What You Need:
What You Do:
Have each player write down 10 questions on strips of blank paper, one question per strip. Questions should be about things you know or want to know about the other players. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Fold up the strips of paper and place them in the bowl.
Take turns pulling strips of paper from the bowl and reading the question aloud. Don’t answer yet! Other players write down what they think the reader’s answer is.
Go around the table and share what each player thinks the reader’s answer is. When everyone has shared, the reader tells their answer. Each player who guessed correctly gets a point. If no one guesses correctly, the reader gets a point.
Keep going until you run out of questions.
Did You Know? Playing games together as a family strengthens family bonds, encourages self-confidence, and builds communication and critical thinking skills.
Words to Use:
Prediction: A statement about what you think is going to happen.
What to Talk About:
Change It Up:
Curriculum Connections: NC Standard Course of Study