For all the party lovers and people who love to throw a birthday bash or any other gathering, Pictionary is definitely a go-to game. Inviting people to your home is one thing, but figuring out how to entertain them is another. So, if you suck at coming up with entertainment ideas, we’ve got you covered with 6 great Pictionary ideas. We don’t really need to introduce the legendary game of Pictionary, so let’s jump to some ideas for Pictionary words you can use at your next party.
Pictionary is always fun when you let your guests guess the movies. From the 70s to the 21st century, you can go with any of them once you know the likes of your attendees! You can use any of the classics, like Cinderella, Aladdin, Avatar, Midnight Sun, Marve, etc.
Halloween Pictionary Ideas
If you are throwing a Halloween party then it’s a must you use Halloween themed words to create a spooky and fun environment. Some good examples would be Hay Ride, Graveyard, Fortune Teller, Zombies etc.
Pictionary is quite common among the female population and they tend to enjoy the game more than anyone else. Hence, when making a list of words for your best friend’s bridal shower, make sure you start with easy words and then move to the hardest ones to keep interest levels high and take the excitement to the next level. Your word list could include wedding ring, bachelorette party & Happily Ever After.
The fun of a Christmas party goes beyond the food and Christmas tree. You also need to have Christmas games! It’s always a great idea to play Pictionary with your gang and in the end exchange gifts. How cool does that sound! The common Christmas related words could be snow, jingle bells, Rudolph, sledding, mistletoe, snowman etc.
Playing the Pictionary during the baby shower may help the mom-to-be as well as the baby to be more cheerful and joyous. Diaper Genie, Cut the cord, Baby Swing, First walk, First Smile, It’s a girl/boy, changing table and bib are some great examples of words that can be used.
No-theme Pictionary words
Obviously, you won’t really have to take the word ‘Santa Claus’ when throwing a surprise party for your parents. Here is a set of easy and difficult-to-guess Pictionary words that can be used in literally any gathering. Bug, facebook, slide, ocean, money, truck, bird, bridge, door lock are some of the easier words that can be used. Whereas, baseball, lawnmower, microwave, circus, salt and pepper, bonnet, ceiling are the ones that will take some time to guess. Either way, you can use these types of words in almost any type of gathering and help you spend quality time with the guests.
The best part about Pictionary is that you can play it with kids, teens and even older-aged people. The teamwork, imagination and communication skills that Pictionary offers make it a playable game for all to enjoy. Pictionary is just one of the many games you can play at your next party. so get creative and have fun!
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