Monday, April 16, 2007

Don't Eat the Prophet!

Next week for our Family Home Evening Enrichment activity we are going to exchange game ideas. Everyone is supposed to bring a game that is fun for families to play together. We are to provide all the pieces (if there are any) or a copy of the game instructions (if there aren't pieces) for each person that signs up. So if there are 15 people coming then we should all go home with 15 different games to add to our Family Home Evening Box (scroll down to see the picture of the box). Here is the game I am bringing. It is my own spin off of "Don't Eat Pete!" You can click on each picture to enlarge it and print it off for your own families to play. I made two different boards, one with modern-day prophets, one with scripture prophets from the Book of Mormon and the Bible. I used graphics from the Friend Magazine and Jenny Smith's site. Don't forget to print off the rules! My children love to play this game because of the element of surprise, the candy, and all players are on a level playing field - no skill involved, just luck.


Corrie said...

I love it, this is very creative. Sweets with a purpose.

An Ordinary Mom said...

Your creativity and cleverness never end :) !! I love it!

Kassie said...

Hi Montse! Kassie here again from SHS. I wanted to tell you how amazing I think you are. I read through your blog archives and I am so impressed with the way you are living your life and raising your kids. How fortunate they are to have you for a mother. I am in awe of all the things you do, because I have 7 children also and don't get nearly as much done. I also don't want you to think I'm stalking you, but I clicked on the link you have to the Mother's Educational course and liked what I saw so I joined the Yahoo group and am excited to participate and learn there. Thanks for the pointer to it. I hope that the fact that I'm not a home-schooler is okay. If my kids could no longer attend the private school they are currently at, I would be home-schooling them. Anyhoo, just wanted to tell you this and I look forward to getting to 'know' you better through SHS and the Mother's Ed group.