If it’s a much younger child you’d like to involve in the evening, then we’ve found the best idea is to get them involved in supporting activities. It is possible to split off the questions within the rounds, so that the children ask some of the questions, and to spice things up a bit you can hide these questions or provide them as rewards to certain activities they can undertake in the time they would usually be sitting “bored” at the table.
In this instances we would usually suggest leaving the questions within the adult booklets too – this ensures that if clues go missing, or children suddenly decide to watch a movie, the adults don’t have to get down from the table and engage in a pass the parcel style activity to find them!
Again we can rearrange things for you so questions are removed and stored in a file for the children, and keep them “greyed out” in the adult booklets – or we can email the game to you in MSword so you can adjust it yourself.
Sometimes whole family groups want to get involved in extra activities with the children to make it more of a family affair.
This is great for Christmas get togethers.
If so – then simply split off all the questions and distribute them as rewards for team activities.
Some game ideas are always included in the making the most of your theme document provided with each kit – but we’ve also listed a few more in this post.