How to Play the Picnic Game
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How to Play the Picnic Game


How to Play the Picnic Game. The Picnic Game is a great memory-building
game that’s a fun classroom activity and perfect for long road trips with little ones. You will need and two to four people. Step 1. Say the line, “I’m going on a picnic, and
I’m going to bring,” and then add something that begins with the letter A, such as ants:
“I’m going on a picnic, and I’m going to bring ants.” Step 2. Have the next player repeat the first line,
complete with the item added to the end, adding something that begins with the letter B: “I’m
going on a picnic, and I’m going to bring ants and a basket.” For older kids that are already well versed
in the alphabet, pick a theme for the items, like food or animals, to increase the difficulty
level. Step 3. Players continue repeating the items that
came before and adding a new item until they reach the end of the alphabet. If you’re playing with young children, skip
difficult letters, such as Q and X. Step 4. End the game when someone can’t repeat all
the items in the list. Did you know Did you know? The modern 26-letter alphabet was finally
completed in the 17th century.

2 Comments

  • Supersoccerchic

    Are you for real? For younger players, skip Q and X? That is stupid. I would help my children learn about what begins with the letter Q and X before I introduced this game. I mean, come on.

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