So we're hosting a Father's Day lunch this year, and I was after some games or activities we could all play.
The fathers ages range from 36 to 66, and the kids from 1 to 40 lol (littlies from 1 to 7)
I hate when we have gatherings and the poor kids get so bored while the adults just sit and talk, or they get in trouble for making a big mess.
We'll have a few things for the kids to do but bring Father's Day I thought it'd be nice if we could all get involved.
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28-08-2013 13:20 #1
Father's Day games/activities
28-08-2013 13:25 #2
Buy those cheap plastic storage bags (the ones with the red and blue stripes) and use them for 'sack races', it's so much fun and something the kids and adults can do.
Egg and spoon race, always lot's of fun and a giggle.
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