Even when the weather is bad, you can have a great time with some great games.
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Your Thanksgiving guests won't mind singing for their supper with this musical amusement.
Pay homage to the Pilgrims' 1620 voyage with your own (albeit drier, shorter, and less treacherous!) crossing -- of the living room.
In this golf game, which features hazards such as sand traps, a pond, and trees, creating the hole can be as much fun as playing it.
For this basketball-shooting challenge, you can bounce the ball in close for easy 1-pointers, or dribble just once and shoot for a 3-pointer.
Decidedly more edgy than its country club cousin, our version of shuffleboard is played with juice bottle caps.
For this lively snowman competition, you don't have to venture outside, but you will need a willing partner, at least two additional players -- and a roll of toilet tissue.
Starting with its amusing name -- Dumb Crambo -- this old game of rhyme and mime,or silent charades, offers lots of laughs.
It takes a secret ingredient -- and a little old-fashioned chemistry -- to amaze your friends with this neat ice-cube trick.
Your kids don't need a gymnasium to get some exercise on a cold winter's day -- this version of volleyball can be played indoors without risk to lamp or limb.
Turn your family members into wrestlers competing on a pizza- box stage with this creative indoor game.
No benchwarmers are allowed in this building game where family members use a hair-tie lasso to stack towers of cans and boxes.