Pictionary is a great family / party game for all ages - kids, tweens, teenagers and adults! Easy to play and all that is needed is a group of players, paper and pencils. Print out our free printable Thanksgiving / Fall Pictionary clues to use in the game!
Teams try to guess a clue by using the drawing of their teammate.
Divide the players into two teams. Teams should sit together on the same side of the room (or table if everyone is sitting down). Roll a die to see which team goes first (or play rock, paper, scissors).
The first team will select 1 player to draw for the team. The other team members will do the guessing.
The team drawer will reach into the clue container (print out the clues below, cut into separate pieces, fold so that the clue can't be seen and place in a container) and pick a clue without looking at it.
The team drawer will have 5 seconds to look at the clue and then the timer will be set for 1 minute. The team drawer has 1 minute to draw the clue. They can not use any words or any motions other than drawing to get their teammates to guess the clue.
The drawers' teammates can shout out guesses until they guess what is being drawn. If they guess the clue within 1 minute they get 1 point.
If they can not guess the clue then the opposing team has 1 chance to steal. The opposing team will have 10 seconds to discuss among their team the best guess for the word. Then they have 1 chance to get it right. If they guess the clue then they get 1 point.
For smaller groups:
Instead of two teams Thanksgiving Pictionary can be played with one person drawing until one player in the group guesses the clue. Then the player that guessed right is the next drawer.
|Raking leaves in a pile|
|Picking Apples from trees|
|Pumpkin Spice Latte|
|The Great Pumpkin|
|Field of Sunflowers|
|Green bean casserole|
|Wish on the Wishbone|
|Jumping in rain puddles|
|Flock of Crows|
|Scarecrow in a corn field|
|Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving|
|Playing Football in the yard|
|Building a Fire|
|Knitting a Scarf|
|Chill in the Air|
|Stuffing a turkey|
|Going to Grandmas house|
|Setting the table|
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Outdoor Birthday Games