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Pre-teen and Teenage Game Party

Pull out those board games and set each game up with its own table. Monopoly at one, Yahtzee at another, etc. Decorate the room with big playing cards drawn on poster boards. Dice and game pieces can be made the same way and hung from streamers. You could also take these shapes and make coasters for the tables.


Plain red or blue tablecloths could be decorated with plain stickers arranged to look like chess squares or backgammon. You could have a group game of bingo with prizes to win or play a trivia game.

Refreshments could include root beer in bottles and submarine sandwiches cut into manageable sizes with chips and pretzels at the tables for in-game snacking.

By Debra in CO

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By Dollie (Guest Post)
August 24, 20080 found this helpful

My son loved this idea!

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