There is never an age boundary parting ways between enjoyment and the people. Therefore, considering the concepts against ageism we have come up with some ice-breaking games which can be played either among the adults or with the adults. Isn’t that a good way to spend a quality time with your elders? Let’s snatch away the abode of rust and algae by making our minds a better place for words and a rich word bank. Jump! Here we are on the list of the word association games:
1) Interconnecting words:
For this game the least you can have is a pen and a bundle of papers. To be more specific, you can also have a mini white board and a board marker. There will be a main word that has to be decided by all the players. Then you are expected to jot down words which are related to the main or the seed word. If someone’s word has not been repeated by someone else then….. YES! You have guessed it right….. that person will get points!
2) Chain the words together:
This is a game which can be played by verbal exchange of words only. And it can be a best time pass during the nights spent in farm houses or camps where you might not be able to fix even a small pad in the car! A player will start with a random word and the remaining people will add each word one by one to the first word which will end up forming a phrase and then a sentence. If any person forgets the last word will of course be out! Make sure that all the you make your adults tie a range of word with them whenever they sit to play.
This word association game is regarded to be a card game. There are some cards especially made for this purpose. The game starts in a way that every player pulls out a card from the bundle kept in the middle. Each card taken is put in front of each player with its face up. If the cards of 2 players match then they both are expected to say out a loud a word related to the category of the picture drawn on the card. The one who is the quickest in coming up with the word gets the point.
4) Bang, Clap, Snap!
One of the players will have to create four beat rhythm. That rhythm has to be made by first hitting your lap or a table, then by a clap, a left hand finger snap and a right hand finger snap has to follow. The one who has formed the rhythm will say out loud the sentence “Give me a word to describe.” A word is given and everyone will have to provide a related adjective. This is how the game continues.
Our last say:
I can feel the level of excitement building within you and I will not blame you for being way too expressive. The above mentioned games are no doubt a good dose awesomeness and tick away!