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My first born and only daughter is from a previous relationship, and when she spends…
One day my family ventured down to my daughter’s friends house where we all had a fun little barbecue one Friday evening. While we were there the kids all gathered inside to play a game I had never heard of, Hedbanz. It’s a very simple game and since we are a family game night kind of family, we decided to create our own Hedbanz game from scratch, now I am here to show you how we did it so you can enjoy a fun craft and game time with the kids this Summer.
For starters you will need the following items to complete the craft session to create the Homemade Hedbanz Game –
Let’s Get Started –
Taking the cards that an adult or older child cut out, you may help or have the kids draw pictures of the objects & animals they thought of for this game, to add some fun let them color each card they draw. Below each drawing write the name of what the picture is for; example – a picture of a monkey would have the word monkey written below the picture.
Once all of the cards are ready for Hedbandz game play then you may set each child up with a headband and randomly give them each a card so that each child does not know what their card is. Place each card underneath the headband and try to make sure the words are showing so that the other players who can read will know what the drawing is.
Since the cards have been created, they are in place on top of each child’s head you may now get ready for game play. Each child takes a turn asking random questions about “who they are” or “what they are”. For example, each child may ask “am I a pet” or “Do I fly” maybe even “do I have four legs”. The questions are meant for them to use deductive reasoning skills to come to the conclusion with what is on their card.
Play continues like this with each child taking a turn until each child correctly states what they are. Feel free to help younger children and have fun laughing with the kids while they each try to figure out who they are! Another way to make this more fun is to make sounds to ask what they are, especially if they are younger children!
As the adult monitoring game play you can create fun, silly awards or trophies to give each child for their accomplishment in the game play. This is just a fun, silly game & craft time to enjoy if you do not already own HedBandz.
If you want to see this game in play you may visit my YouTube Channel to view a short clip of my kids taking turns playing the game.