Easter Scattergories Printable Game (Free!)


Easter Scattergories Printable Game (Free!)

Meet the Easter game that everyone will want to play!

Easter Scattergories Printable Game
Easter Scattergories Printable Game

Ready to impress everyone with your Easter wits? Play this Easter Scattergories Printable Game! Easter is always a joyous celebration, but this free printable game is sure to provide you and your family with additional joy and laughs. This Easter game comes with three printable scattergories lists that including 12 categories each. The categories are based around fun Easter themes such as "jelly bean flavors", "things in Easter baskets", and "Easter side dishes". You will want to make sure each player/team has a copy of the scattergories lists. This free Easter printable includes space for each play/team to write down their answers for three rounds. Want to play again? Simply print out more copies! If you love playing scattergories, you will simply adore playing this easy Easter game. If you are new to this word game, you and your family will discover a new favorite family bonding activity. 

How to Play Scattergories: Prepare a dice or a draw lots system that contains most, if not all, of the letters of the alphabet (Sometimes, Q, U, V, X, Y, and Z are not included because of difficulty). Then randomly select the letter of the alphabet that players will use as the first letter of their answers for a given round. For example, if "B" is chosen answers would could include "Bunnies", "Blue", "Bacon", etc. Once a letter is selected, players provide a word or phrase that answers the chosen category within the given time (usually about three minutes). Players should make sure their answers are unique so that they can score more points. The goal is to have a correct, yet one-of-a-kind answer that none of the other players wrote down. If another player wrote the same answer as you, neither of you score a point for that category. This means that the more players there are in the game, the more difficult it is to score a point. Tally your points from all three rounds. The player with the most points at the end of the three rounds wins the game. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialPaper




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