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Top 5 – Secular Games to play with the Family

Posted on 07 June 2014 by The Secular Nerd

Everyone loves games, especially spending time with the family and playing games with them. These days though, with all the distractions we have (Smartphones, Tablets, Facebook, Facebook, Facebook) it can be really easy to let time pass without a good wholesome game with the family. Below are our Top 5 – Secular Games to Play with the Family that is for a wide range of ages.


#5 – Monopoly


Who could resist the fun of Monopoly? It teaches a valuable lesson in saving money, investing, and anger management. Many hours can go by moving the pieces up and down the board, bankrupting your partner, or making your child understand the importance of buying Boardwalk and Park Place.

# 4 – Uno


Uno is great for almost all ages. Playing for the title of “Uno Champion of the World” can be your childs ultimate goal here. When I was young, I played this with everyone, including one on one’s with my sister. The constant abuse of four draw four cards in a row will greatly ensure victory for you and yours!


#3 – Sorry!


Who doesn’t love this game?! An endless battle to get your little peg around the board, knock your opponent back to start, and cry out “Sorry!” when you win! There’s nothing like being apologetic after a victory! Fun for nearly all ages!


#2 – LIFE


What better way to teach your children the values of life, than by driving your car down the board, having unrealistic amounts of children, and never having actual real life issues such as STD’s and other diseases than LIFE! Enjoy a good solid hour of putting the board together, and 30 minutes of playtime with this awesome game!

#1 – Apples to Apples

apples to apples

Now that all the filler games are out of the way, we present you the number one game to play with your family. Apples to Apples. This game will give you hours of entertainment with judging and choosing the appropriate card to play! The goal of the game is simple. Each person takes a turn at being a Judge. The judge picks a special card and reads it out to you. The other players has in his/her hand several cards to choose from, that they think would fit best with the judges card. The secret, is to pick a card you believe the judge would love the most, to match with his/her card. This game is pretty safe for ages 10+. Great party game too!

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