The Best NEW Ideas for Family Game Night

New Ideas for Family Game Night Jen and Henry play Hues and Cues from The Op

Ready to up your Family Game Night game? So were we! For anyone who wished for more family downtime in 2020, I bet you got waaaay more than you bargained for. Covid spikes have brought school closings, work shutdowns, and quarantining. And all that means A LOT (dare I say too much?) family time at home. We needed NEW ideas for family game night.

We’d played all of our existing board games to death, finished Game of Thrones, and were looking for something new to do as a family. Our kid’s ages are spread apart by 5 years, with the youngest not being able to read yet, so it’s a challenge to find a game that we can ALL play.

But our friends at The Op Games came through once again with two brand new board games. Remember the morning a Target package arrived from one of our “neighborhood” mom friends filled with games for a #LaughterBreak?

As if you needed another excuse to go to Target! The Op has two new board games on sale for this holiday season. And we are giving them away! Enter the giveaway below to win your very own copies of Hues and Cues and Telestrations Upside Drawn.

New Idea for Family Game Night #1 — Hues and Cues

What hue do you think of when we say “apple”? Hues and Cues is a vibrant game of colorful communication where players are challenged to make connections to colors with words. Using only one and two-word cues, players try to get others to guess a specific hue from the 480 colors on the game board. The closer the guesses are to the target, the more points you earn. Since everyone imagines colors differently, connecting colors and clues has never been this much fun! Watch us play live on Facebook!

New Idea for Family Game Night #2 — Telestations Upside Drawn

This take on the award winning Telestrations game gives a whole new meaning to laugh out loud miscommunication. Telestrations®: Upside Drawn puts a teamwork spin on “The Telephone Game Sketched Out” by putting the pen in one person’s hand, and control of the board in another’s! Letting someone else control the board might be tough for control freak moms like me, but it’s one of our favorite new ideas for family game night!

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