Judy is the friend who first taught me to capture dandelion wishes in a jar. These wishes just wait on a shelf or kitchen counter until a sad child needs some love and encouragement. Then, it is off with the cap, eyes squinched closed for a wish, and a big huff. This cheers children any time theyre sad–and it makes me happy just to see the dandelion puffs resting in wait.
-Breakfast Scramble: Put together cereal box puzzles -A Bit Dicey: Balance six dice on a popsicle stick held in the mouth -Balloons and cups: Blow up a balloon and use the air to knock plastic cups off the table
The Cotton Ball Game’ (pictured). “Two guests (or more) at a time are blindfolded and try to spoon cotton balls from the bowl on their lap into the bowl held on top of their head. They only have 30 seconds to get as many in as possible. It’s pretty tough since the cotton balls are almost weightless on the spoon and it’s very funny to all the other guests who can see that they are scooping up nothing but air most of the time!”
The FLOUR game! Another pinner said "grew up playing this game almost every family night. we LOVED it! I haven't remembered it for years until seeing here on pinterest!" This looks like a fun tradition to start.
"The Flour Game" - A FUN Holiday Tradition! - One Good Thing by Jillee
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