Archive for March, 2010


Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Materials required – As many sheets of paper and pencils as there are players.

The players seat themselves round a table, and each one is provided with a sheet of paper and a pencil. The hostess then asks them to write at the head of the paper the name of the town in which they were born. A time limit of fifteen minutes is then given them in which to make up a sentence, each word of which must begin with the letter composing the name of the town. The sentence must be either suggestive, or descriptive of the town which each has written on his or her paper.

For example:

Town – Chicago.
Sentence – Came home in carriage after going out.

Games for All Occasions by Mary E. Blain