GAMES

This page is UNedited so far, but am throwing what I have on it ... in the hopes that even without editing it might be helpful.

 

ALSO TRY THIS LINK:    MORE VONDA'S VINE GAMES!!

SUNNY SUMMER SONGS GAME  by Syd

MARCH / APRIL LEFT RIGHT GAME by Sharon

HOH GAME by Celeste

GRANDMA'S PIE GAME

HOST/BOOKING/RECRUIT SHOW GAME

BUS TRIP SCAVENGER HUNT

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR HOSTESS ICEBREAKER

OBSERVATION GAME ICEBREAKER

CHRISTMAS PENNIES

TRICK OR TREAT GAME

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Keyword: Sunny Summer Songs Game

 

Barb, here is the game I used.  I did not write the original version...another viner (sorry, can't remember who) shared it with all of us a while back.  I used her idea and added a few of my own choices.  I gave extra credit points if they knew the artist.  It is a lot of fun!  I will also include the original game/show that was shared on the vine.  HTH Syd

 

My Version:

Sunny Summer Songs Game

 

  1. Here Comes the Sun and I say, it’s alright… (The Beatles)

  2. But there ain’t no cure for the Summer Time Blues (Eddie Cochran)

  3. Summer fling don’t mean a thing but uh oh those Summer Nights (Grease Soundtrack; Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta)

  4. They serenade the weekend squire who just came out to mow his lawn, another Pleasant Valley Sunday (The Monkees)

  5. Do you love me, do you Surfer Girl (The Beach Boys)

  6. It’s a Beautiful Morning ahhh, I think I’ll go outside for a while and just smile…(The Rascals)

  7. Hot town, Summer in the City, back of my neck gettin dirty and gritty…(The Lovin’ Spoonful)

  8. It’s a cruel, Cruel Summer since your gone leaving me here on my own…(Bananarama)

  9. Under the Boardwalk down by the sea… (The Drifters)

  10. Sunshine on my Shoulders makes me happy… (John Denver)

  11. A bushy, bushy blond hair-do Surfin’ U.S.A (The Beach Boys)

  12. 2 weeks without you thought I’d forget, 2 weeks without you and I still haven’t gotten over you yet Vacation (The Go-Go’s)

  13. Summer Breeze makes me feel fine blowing through the jasmine in my mind… (Seals and Crofts)

  14. See You in September, see you when the summer’s through…(Don't know the artist!)

Tie breaker:

And he thought he heard the echoes of a penny whistle band and the laughter from a distant caravan, and the brightly painted line of circus wagons in the sand, fading though the Door into Summer (The Monkees)

 

Original Version:

SUNNY, SUMMER MUSIC – how many do you know?

(fill in the Song Title in the blanks below)
1. ____ ____ ___ ___ and I say, it’s alright . . .

2. ______ ______ makes me feel fine . . .

3. But there ain’t no cure for the __________ _____

4. Summer fling, don’t mean a thing, but oh oh, those hot ______ ______ . . .

5. Do you love me, do you ______ ____?

6. It’s a _________ _______, ahhhh . . .

7. Hot town, ______ __ ___ ____, back of my neck getting dirty and gritty . . .

8. It’s a cruel, _____ ______ since you’ve gone . . .

9. _____ ___ __________, down by the sea . . .

10. ________ __ __ _________ makes me happy . . .

11. A bushy, bushy blonde hairdo, ______ ___


SUMMER MUSIC – ANSWERS
 

HERE COMES THE SUN – The Beatles

. . . and I say it’s alright to host a Longaberger® show this summer!

SUMMER BREEZE – Seals & Crofts

. . . like our new Spring Floral pottery collection, which will look just fine on your table this summer!

SUMMERTIME BLUES – Eddie Cochran

. . . Longaberger has the cure: host a home show, or better yet, start your OWN Longaberger business this summer!

SUMMER NIGHTS – Grease soundtrack (John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John)

. . . light up your summer nights with our new 1 qt. Candle, Crock and Coaster sets, available with five different scented candles!

SURFER GIRL – The Beach Boys

. . . if you love your Longaberger Lady, book a party today!

BEAUTIFUL MORNING – The Rascals

. . . and our brand new Windox Box basket, planted with your favorite summer flowers, or even fresh herbs, will be beautiful to look at all day long!



SUMMER IN THE CITY – The Lovin’ Spoonful

. . . but you can cool things off with our Back Porch Basket set, when nothing but an ice cold iced tea or lemonade will do!


CRUEL SUMMER – Bananarama

. . . especially if you miss out on our great hostess specials for May and June (Geranium Set w/new Soap Dispenser, Back Porch Set w/both protectors, Bumblebee pin, Handle Gripper, 4-12 oz. and 4-17 oz. Beverageware tumblers)!


UNDER THE BOARDWALK – The Drifters

. . . with a basket for my baby, that’s where I’ll be! Because of course, Longaberger gifts are always in the best of taste, for birthdays, weddings, new babies, graduations and more !



SUNSHINE ON MY SHOULDERS – John Denver

. . . and so will our new Geranium Basket set, the 13th and final basket in our popular May Series, a tribute to Grandma Bonnie’s lifelong love of flowers!



SURFIN’ USA – The Beach Boys

. . . surf on over to our newly redesigned web site. Did you know that you can create your own personal Wish List? Great for when friends, relatives, even your "better half," asks what you want for birthdays, anniversaries, whatever! Just go to www.longaberger.com/"yourname"!

 

 

SHOW IDEA  - LEFT RIGHT SPRING 2001 SHOW

 

It was the beginning of March, and we knew right away,

Only a few weeks were left before the next Holiday

We scanned the March/April Flyer and Brand New WishList,

And we found just the right gift to fulfill a Mother's Day Wish.

The new Vintage Blossoms Basket, lid and liners with flowers,

left us all wishing that they were all ours!

We could not stop looking, what could be left for us all?

How about a Vintage Blossoms soap dish, soap set and that new Jewelry Roll?

The accessories, baskets, wrought iron and more,

Left us wondering what else TLC had in store

So without hesitation the right thing it seemed,

Was to keep on reading and continue to dream.

Can you believe it? Right there on the page!

Two brand new baskets to celebrate Father's Day!

The Tic Tac Toe and Checkerboard Baskets fit right on the side table

And the Dad and Games Pewter Tie On's seem to make a great label!

If he does not play checkers, then we are willing to bet,

He will feel right at home with the new solid pewter chess set.

TLC knew that not having the right accessories would make us all sad

So they created three new liners in oatmeal, sage and butternut plaid.

The Country Estates Collection is just the right thing,

Purses, wallets, key and card cases to get organized for spring!

Picnic Plaid Liners and Pottery in Red, White, and Blue

Left us feeling patriotic about the things that are new!

The All American Strawberry Basket looks right filled with berries red and sweet,

And the painted-pewter Strawberry Tie On looks good enough to eat.

Pastel Pink, Green and Yellow, right there in a plaid

Have joined forces with the whitewashed baskets to make us all glad.

Left alone or filled with flowers, toys or bargain buys,

A whitewashed gift basket with pastel plaid liner is always the right size.

New Colors, Cornflower, Paprika, Butternut, Sage, and Ivy, look right on fabrics made with care,

And they left us feeling pretty happy and excited when we saw them on the new Woven Traditions Dinnerware!

Please don't start to worry; Collector's Club members have not been left out!

The Three Piece Miniature Mixing Bowl Set and Wrought Iron Stand is something we all will rave about.

Also right here for you collectors, and created just for you,

Available to members only, Harmony Basket No. 2

TLC did not want to forget the hostesses, the basket kings and queens,

They honored them right away, with the new Weekender, Large Oval Waste and Soup Tureen!

Also for the hostess, there is a special craze! 

To earn the special booking baskets . . .the latest is the Sage.

There are some things that we left out, so don't forget to look.

At the brand new Spring/Summer WishList for the NEW products in that book!

There are only a few things left for me to say,

Thanks to all of you for joining us today.

And if you think you would enjoy doing what I do,

Sign up to sell the baskets - it's the right thing to do! 

 

Revised March 4, 2001

Sharon Osborne, Independent Branch Advisor

 

 

 

 

HOH GAME by Celeste

Penny, I'm posting shortly after reading your request, so this post is somewhat "stream of consciousness" writing--in other words, not completely thought through. Of course your trip has a message and a serious one, but you want it to be fun. If you contact your local chapter of the American Cancer society and give them enough time, they should be able to furnish you with those hanging shower exam cards to give out with your bus trip baskets, and literature as well. How about a "breasts of the rich and famous" matching game, where you assemble photos without heads of famous women and a list of names to match to (Dolly Parton, Mae West, Liz Taylor, Brittany Spears, Jackie O w/pearls, Anna Nicole Smith....)? Or do a search on the history of the brassiere, and assemble a quiz of sorts (true/false?) based on what you find. There are party game websites that will assemble word searches and other games based on the words lists you input--just think about where you could go with that. This would all be in fun of course.
One of my favorite quotes that I recall ever hearing about men and women (don't remember where it came from), is that when women look at their husbands they see them as they really are--when men look at their wives, they see the woman they married, as she was on their wedding day. The changes brought about by time are blurred to them, they are more forgiving than we are in what they see. This is something I find comforting as I age, and something I think would be comforting to survivors. I think if you follow a strong woman, fun woman theme, your guests will have a great time, laugh at themselves and be enriched. good luck!
Celeste

 

GRANDMA'S PIE GAME
JW Longaberger was famous for his handwoven baskets.  But did you know that Grandma Bonnie is famous for her homemade pies?  She made them almost every day when her 12 children were growing up.  To Grandma Bonnie - pies are love.
 
(Show Grandma Bonnie's Pie Plate)
Longaberger Potter is American vitrified pottery, made from a special blend of ingredients and fired at higher temperatures than ordinary pottery, for longer periods of time.  This is the same process used to make restaurant tableware.  It holds up under constant use, stands up to termperature changes between oven, table and freezer.  It is dishwaser safe and cleans easily.  It resists chipping, cracking and crazing.  Grandma Bonnie's Pie Plate bakes pies evenly and has a wide lip to minimize drips while baking.  (Tell several other uses besides baking pies for the pie plate.)
 
BEGIN THE GAME
Have each guest draw a circle on a piece of paper; then divide the circle into 4 sections (the way Gr'ma Bonnie sliced her pies), then divide again (into 8 sections).  Have them write "APPLE" on one wedge and give the name of a different pie on each of the other wedges.  Explain that you have given them APPLE as a free space because if they purchase Gr'ma Bonnie's Pie Plate her famous Apple Pie Recipe comes with each pie plate.
 
Call the names of pies below in random order.  The first guest who crosses off all the slices of her pie must jump up and say "I ATE GRANDMA'S PIE!"  Award a small gift to the winner.
 
BLUE BERRY        BLACKBERRY        MINCEMEAT        PLUM       
SWEET POTATO        BANANA CREAM        LEMON MERINGUE        BOSTON CREAM        VINEGAR        RAISIN        CHOCOLATE        PEACH        GRAPE        GOOSEBERRY        BUTTERMILK        BUTTERSCOTCH        PEAR       
BLACK BOTTOM        CHERRY        PECAN        APRICOT        BOYSENBERRY        RHUBARB        KEY LIME        RASPBERRY        PINEAPPLE        SHOO-FLY       
COCONUT CREAM        PEANUT BUTTER        VANILLA CREAM        PUMPKIN
STRAWBERRY        CHESS        KY DERBY        CUSTARD
 
(A 30 y/o Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book was used as a resource - you may want to add some local favorites.  Created by Linda Jennings)

 

HOST / BOOKING / RECRUIT SHOW GAME
 
Year Round Game Show - saw this once at another company's homeshow and thought it was neat, so modified it to fit a Longaberger home show.
 
Okay, you're going to hand out 3 calculators:
 
Do this by asking, "Who is too busy to do a home/book party?"
Whoever volunteers gets to be the customer who is always to busy to do her own show.  Let them know this is only a game.
 
Next ask who would like to be the Host of this show?
 
And finally ask who would like to be the consultant?
_____________
 
Now let the hostess know your average home shows are ___$____ (we're going to suppose this hostess had a $500 show with ONE booking) and so ask her what she would like to spend her $70 Hostess money on that she has earned from her $500 show.
 
Let's say she picks:
10" Generations Basket for $39 and also the Small Gatehouse Basket which is also $39.  Now we've overspent by $8 - so have the play hostess enter $8 into her calculator.
 
(Hosts will likely pick things on display, so after she's picked it - it gives you an opening to go over a few features for your presentation).
 
Now, have the custoemr who's always to busy to do a show enter $78 into her calculator ...
 
Now then, let's say the hostess is toing to use her 1/2 price item to get the WORK-A-ROUND BASKET which lists at $199.  So have the play hostess enter $99.50 into her calculator and the busy customer enter $199 into hers.
 
Now the hostess is able to get a booking item and she chooses a tie on.  Have her enter $0 into her calculator because this is a FREE gift to her.  Have the too busy customer enter $8 into her calculator.  (Go over hostess benefits and booking benefits at this time)
 
Now have each total their expenses.
 
The hostess has spent only $107 plus tax - while the too busy customer has spent $284 for the same exact things ... QUITE A DIFFERENCE!!
 
Now the acting consultant in this scenario hasn't had any figuring to do yet.  So now have her take her $500 and figure 25% of that.  Let them know this is how much you made with the time you spent preparing and time you'll spend closing and how easy it was.  THEY could do it too!  (This gives you the perfect time to plug the recruiting pitch.)
 
Thank each one for their help and give each a small thank you gift.
 
I thought this was a cute way of plugging for bookings and recruits - so have fun with it.

 

LB BUS TRIP SCAVENGER HUNT
 
Tina in PA requested this.  I combined a few posts from previous vines and added a few of my own to come up with the following game.  Type up the game on one side of the paper and number 1 -?  as to how many are on your bus on the back.  (Don't forget to add a line for the bus driver.)  Pass out the sheet right before they get off the bus so they don't pass it around the bus and get the signatures needed in #9.  Be prepared for a fun time.  My winners were two who worked together on it.  (See #16 - They came running up to me, accompanied by a stranger.  They had been looking for me for about 10 min.  The lady didn't want to give up her CC button, so they brought her to me so she could just show it to me.  (Of course, I allowed it.)  I gave each of them a small LB gift.
 
1.  Number of rows of weaving on the "World's Largest Basket" in Dresden
     Answer:
 
2.  Any "Basket" souvenir
 
3.  Placemat from "Popeye's Restaurant"
 
4.  Scrap piece of weaving from Make A Basket(TM) at the Homestead(R)
 
5.  Business Card from an Independent LB(R) Consultant NOT on this bus.
 
6.  Number of tables at the Sentimental Rose (TM) Tea Garden at the Homestead(R)
     Answer:
 
7.  Receipt from the Dresden I G A
 
8.  "Dave's 10 Business Principles" - pamphlet available in the Homestead(R) Welcome
      Center
 
9.  Signatures from everyone on our bus - on the back of this page
 
10.  LB(R) Comment Card available at the Homestead(R) Welcome Center
 
11.  Brochure, pad of paper, or ink pen from The Place Off the Square(TM)
                   (NOTE....change this to the name of your hotel/motel, etc.)
 
12.  Business cards from five different Dresden shops
 
13.  LB(R) "Visitor's Guide" available at the Homestead(R) Welcome Center
 
14.  A name tag from someone else's bus trip
 
15.  Any picture of the LB(R) Home Office in Newark
 
16.  CC or Consultant's Button from an Independent LB(R) Consultant NOT on this trip
 
17.  A total of your purchases so far
       $___________________
 
18.  A Dresden Newspaper
 
19.  Baskets currently being woven in the Manufacturing Campus
       Answer:
 
20.  A LB(R) family member's signature
      Signature:
 
Heading to Bee #3 on Tuesday AM..Can't wait
Barbara Wright

 

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR HOSTESS ICEBREAKER

1. Favorite color
2. TV Show
3. Vegetable
4. Dessert
5. Beverage
6. Type of Meal: breakfast, lunch or dinner--chicken or steak Italian
or Chinese
7. Favorite Holiday
8. Music
9. Hobby
10. Restaurant
11. If money were no object, type of car?
12. If money were no object, vacation would be to?

The one who has the most knows their hostess, get a small prize!
 

OBSERVATION GAME:

Tell guests they are going to play a game to test their skills of observation. Then have the Hostess carry around a tray filled with items (the Hostess Serving Tray works really well with various items in it!) After she has shown the tray to everyone, have her go into another room. Then have the guests answer the following questions ... this is a hit because it is so unexpected, they will think you are going to ask questions about the items in the tray.

1. What is the color of the Hostess's outfit?
2. What is the color of her eyes?
3. Is she wearing high or low heels?
4. What jewelry does she have on?
5. How tall is she, within 1"?
6. Is she wearing glasses?
7. Are there buttons on her outfit?
8. Was she wearing any perfume?
9. What is the color of her shoes?

Some of the questions may seem a little too general and too easy, as there might be a lot of winners, please post to the Vine if you come up with any different questions.

Faye in Pa.  

 

CHRISTMAS PENNIES

Right Left Game

CHRISTMAS PENNIES
PENNY GAME
TAKE A PENNY
i put about 1.00 worth in a backset depends on the size of the group
the idea is  to send the basket around the room as you ask the following
question and have each guest participate by taking a penny the person
with the most pennies at the end of the game wins     {and not the
basket}

take a penny if you are Christmas shopping tonight
[ show the center of our catalog and bring a few of those items with you
to  show them what lovely gifts they would make]]

take a penny if you have a gift exchange to do this year
[ show the candle set for $19.00}

take a penny if you bake during the holiday season
[show of the new pottery    bowls]

take a penny if you love to decorate for the holiday
[show off the wrought iron piece for $39.00 and tell them how it can be
used during all seasons]

take a penny if you have a collection of Christmas baskets by
Longaberger®
[and introduce the special hostess only basket]

take a penny if you need extra cash for the holiday shopping
[ talk about joining your group and doing what you do]

take a penny if your a collector club member
[ share the opportunity and show them a special basket for members only]
    how they can become a VIBC  very important basket collector

take a penny if you have guests coming to stay at least a weekend this
holiday
[ show off your style with entertaining with Longaberger book}

take a penny if you have a powder room or home office that needs the
perfect waste basket
[show off the oval waste]

take a penny if you know someone having a baby
[ the coaster basket is perfect for keeping pacifier]

take a penny if you are going to host a show this October & January
[ show off the hostess appreciation]

take a penny if you go caroling
perfect time for the caroling basket

take a penny if you would like a perfect addition to your Christmas tree
[ show off the trim a tree and tell them it is perfect to hide in the
branches
with a special gift inside to be found there year after year      start a
tradition for the little ones]

take a penny if you need a new canister set
show a canister and tell them how air tight the  protector s  are

take a penny just for being here tonight
take a penny if you did the dishes before you came
take a penny if you had fun

remind them that the small canister is only available in November and the
small one is a great place to hide those few pennies they just made.

take a penny if you have a Christmas shopping show with me in November
my open dates are Nov 7, 13, 22, and maybe the  29th

;Hope you had as much fun as I have had tonight
this should be about it and end your presentation
my gift is a small ivy plant

 

TRICK OR TREAT GAME

I am sure this game has appeared in one form or another on the Vine -- probably where the person I got it from got it! -- but I have tried to update and revise every year, plus I have added a number of questions. 
 
As I said, it is an almost guaranteed good time for you and your guests -- easy, fun and results in good sales and many bookings most of the time.  Directions are at the end -- feel free to email me direct if there are any questions. 
 
Marianne in OH (basketbabe@adelphia.net)
 

TRICK OR TREAT GAME

(with thanks to Geri Moser)

 

1.      WHAT IS SUPERMAN’S FAVORITE CANDY?
Clark bar  . . . GENERATIONS BASKET
Longaberger story – Tami and Rachel are 3rd generation to continue to keep this American craft alive

 

2.      NAME THE “MOST VALUABLE” CANDY.
$100 Grand Bar . . .  SMALL BAKER’S RACK is an MVP in your kitchen or on your desktop
You can become a Longaberger MVP – join our team and see how easy making money and having fun can be!

 

3.      NAME THE MOST INTELLIGENT CANDY.
Smarties . . .  LARGE RECIPE BASKET
A Longaberger career has been my recipe for success – it could be a smart move for you too.

 

4.      WHAT IS E.T.’S FAVORITE CANDY?
Reese’s Cups . . . GATEHOUSE BASKETS
Can hang anywhere, even on ET’s bicycle

 

5.      WHAT IS A SAILOR’S FAVORITE CANDY?
Lifesavers . . . BREAD BASKET
A lifesaver in every room in your house

 

6.      WHAT IS A FUNNY OR SILLY CANDY?
Snickers  . . . TALL TISSUE BASKET
For when you laugh, till you cry!

 

7.      WHAT IS THE CLEVELAND BROWNS/YOUR FAVORITE FOOTBALL TEAM’S FAVORITE CANDY BAR?
Crunch bar . . . CRACKER/SPOON BASKET
To help your armchair quarterback organize his remotes; or to help organize wherever there is a space crunch in your house (hair accessories or makeup in the bath)

 

8.      WHAT IS THE CANDY THAT MAKES WORKING WORTHWHILE?
Payday . . . SMALL SERVING TRAY
You’ll find being a Longaberger consultant worthwhile as you enjoy free products, great discounts and new friends (Bag a new career)

 

9.      WHAT IS THE BASEBALL FAN’S FAVORITE CANDY BAR?
Baby Ruth . . . HOSTESS BASKET (any)
Our hostesses are MVP’s in any league and we treat them that way (HOSTESS BENEFITS)

 

10.   WHAT IS THE ALPHABETICAL CANDY?
M & M’s . . . MEDIUM MARKET BASKET
An all purpose organizer:  collects items for errands, holds 8-1/2x11 file folders or even magazines and catalogs (the “Big Basket”)

 

11.    NAME THE CANDY JUST FOR KLUTZES.
Butterfinger bars . . . LARGE MILK PITCHER
pottery is chip/crack/craze resistant; perfect marriage of form and function

 

12.   NAME THE CANDY THAT CAN’T MAKE UP ITS MIND.
Now or Laters . . .  TEA BASKET
Whether you schedule a Longaberger party now or later, it’s guaranteed to be a good time for all!

 

13.   WHAT IS YOUR FELINE’S FAVORITE CANDY?
Kit Kats . . . LITTLE MARKET BASKET SET (save $17 till 12/31!)
Also a great place to store pet treats, gravy and dressing mixes, recipe cards, greeting cards, etc.

 

14.   NAME THE CANDY THAT’S NOT TOO BRIGHT.
Dum dum lollipops . . . 1 PINT CROCK WITH CANDLE
A “bright” idea for gift giving

 

15.   WHAT IS THE OVERWEIGHT CANDY?
Chunky – SMALL WORKLOAD BASKET
solid board bottom, solid wood block handles

 

16. WHAT IS SANTA AND MRS. CLAUS’S  FAVORITE LB PRODUCTS?
(freebie – guests name their favorite product and tell us why – also a good time to introduce Christmas baskets:  Joyful Chorus for Hostess, Caroling for guests, and Melody in Oct. only)

 

17.   NAME THE CANDY FOR LOVERS.
Hugs and Kisses . . . STUCK ON YOU BASKET
It’s not just for post it notes!

 

18.   WHAT IS MICHAEL JORDAN/LEBRON JAMES (OR WHOEVER YOUR FAVORITE BASKETBALL PLAYER) FAVORITE CANDY BAR?
Fast Break candy bar . . . and if you need a fast break from the stress of holiday shopping, why not schedule a Longaberger party with YOUR favorite consultant? 

 

19.   NAME THE CANDY THAT IS “OUT OF THIS WORLD?”
Milky Way Bar . . . For savings that are out of this world, check out the $19 special on our Candle/Crock/Coaster sets, now through 12/31.  Great gift giving ideas for teachers, babysitters, etc. 

 

20.  WHAT DO YOU CALL A COW WITH NO MILK?
A “Milk Dud” (Milk Duds candies) . . . but a Longaberger holiday show will be no dud with your family and friends.  Shop from your seat, not from your feet! 

 

 

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Decorate brown paper lunch bags or white kraft bags with colorful markers, stamps, stickers, etc., and write all our product lines on them:  pottery, baskets, wrought iron, fabrics, protectors, etc. 

 

Give everyone paper and pen and one of the decorated bags before you begin so they can write down their answers.  I ask all the questions first, then go back to #1 and give the answers one at a time.  Be sure to pass around each basket after you’ve given that answer so they can choose a candy bar to put in their bag! 

 

DO NOT use all these questions – way too long!  I have found all these candies listed above in the “fun size” type bags at various points in time, so just use what is readily available in your area.  Substitute whatever products you may wish to showcase – work in holiday specials and/or Sweetheart specials.  Be creative with the candies you use too – a trip to Marc’s to check out their selection will give you plenty of ideas for different questions. 

 

This show is great because it gets a LOT of product into people’s hands – and everyone goes home with a bag of goodies to share with their family (or hide for themselves!).  I gave the winner of the game (with the most correct answers) a jumbo Hershey bar with a big bow on it – inexpensive but fun. 

Marianne