Thanksgiving Countdown Day 3: Table Games (Free Printables)

Hello and happy Thanksgiving Eve! Here’s one last post for you before the big day arrives in just a few short hours…

I created two fun activities for our family this year and I thought I might share them with you. Both of these activities are a fun way to keep guests at the dinner table just a little longer. They are super simple and easy. A way to connect and learn more about each other, reflect on what we’re thankful for, create quality conversation, and have fun. ┬áTurn off the football game for just a few minutes and try out one of these activities. I don’t think that you’ll regret it!

1 – THANKSGIVING SCATTERGORIES

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There are two ways to play this game…guests can write down things they are thankful for starting with letters A-Z or things having to do with Thanksgiving. You can set a time limit if you’d like. Once finished, have everyone cross items off their list if someone else wrote the same thing. The person (or people) with the most words left wins! Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the free printable version.

2 – THANKSGIVING CONVERSATION STARTERS

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This activity is self-explanatory. You can set out a conversation card at each place setting and answer them over dinner or you can put them all in a basket and pass it around while guests are munching on dessert. You can even read the question and have each guest answer before moving onto the next one. Lots of ways to play! It’s a very fun way to learn about each other and focus on what Thanksgiving is truly about. Scroll to the bottom to find 6 printable pages…24 total questions.

I hope you have a great Thanksgiving filled with friends, family, and special moments! There is truly so much to be thankful for!

Click below for FREE printable versions! Enjoy!

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