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Free games you can play at home

Some of these games I created. Others are classics that have been around forever. All are great ways to bring some more fun into your life!

Throwing Fingers

I came up with this one years ago for a classroom, but the kids and I still play it. I hope you like it!


Here’s another great game that I didn’t invent. There’s a little bit of a learning curve, but it’s worth it. Lots of fun!

Sparkle Bang!

Here’s a quick and easy spelling game that is fun even for people who aren’t good at spelling. Enjoy!

Free Game! If You Had A…

Looking for a fun and easy game to play with your family this holiday? Here’s one that you might enjoy. We call it “If you had a,” and all it takes to play is imagination.


Probably the most successful game I’ve ever created…. Ninja!

The World’s Easiest Word Game

Every once in a while, it’s nice to have an easy word game. Here’s one that starts easy, but gets surprisingly challenging. It works great in a small classroom or on a family road trip, and is appropriate for all ages.

Classic Pocket Games

Pocket games are activities you keep in your pocket, fun things to do during long car rides or whenever the world around you has grown too boring. I didn’t create these games. They’re all public domain classics – but still a ton of fun!

Gesture Race

Gesture Race is the perfect game to enhance your daily routine. It’s particularly fun on car rides, or in any situation where the

Say the Word

A fun (and funny) lifestyle game that has players secretly trying to get each other to say certain words. Easy to play, and one game can spice up an entire week!