President's Day is an occasion worth celebrating, so why not throw a party? Games can make the occasion lots of fun, and the examples below are just the start.
"How well do you know your Presidents?" Party Game
This fun President's Day party game will test whether you know as much as you think you know about past American presidents. It is best suited to older children or adult players. Prior to the game, prepare answer sheets that have the names of 10-20 candidates listed down the left hand-side. On the right-hand side, have the same number of blank spaces down the page. The object of the game is to, in pairs if desired, correctly list the candidates in chronological order of when they were president. The person or pair with the most correct answers is the winner of this President's Day party game.
"Truth or Bluff" President's Day Party Game
This is a fun President's Day party game for older children or adults. If it's played by a group of people who know each other well – or at least think they do – participants will have to be VERY good at telling tall tales! All that's required for the game is a coin, and something to hide it under. The first player thinks of a story about themselves to tell the group, and hides the coin. If the story is true, they hide the coin heads-up; if it's untrue, they hide it tails-up. They tell their story to the other players, and they each decided whether the story was true or not. The player who told the story reveals the coin, and the people who guessed correctly get a point. The player with the most points after everyone has told a story wins this hilarious President's Day party game.CS GO Cross Hairs