In this version of the card game spoons, you grab a turkey snood — our easy Thanksgiving craft — instead of a spoon and hold it in front of your face.
The object is to collect four cards of one kind (four twos, say, or four kings) and not to be the person left without a snood. To begin, place the snoods (one fewer than the number of players) in the center of the table within grabbing reach of all players. Each player is dealt four cards. The dealer keeps the deck.
The dealer picks a card from the deck, then discards one card from his hand, sliding it facedown to the player to his left. That player takes it, picks one card from his hand, and passes it to his left.
Each player in turn does the same, as quickly as possible. Each person should have four cards in his hand at all times. The player to the right of the dealer places discarded cards in a pile to his left to be used by the dealer when the original deck is used up.
Play continues until one player has four of a kind, at which time he takes a snood on a stick from the pile and holds it in front of his face. The others race to grab the remaining snoods. The player who ends up empty-handed gets an "S." The snoods are returned to the center of the table, and the game resumes. As players complete the word "snood," they're out. The winner is the last remaining player.