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Playing games is one of my favorite things to do with my family. I just love it when there is a fun game that we all can play and we all can enjoy. Every Christmas Eve we play games to get ready for Christmas. It's is a LOT of fun! We play games and when someone wins they get to pick a prize from our prize table. We play games like Bingo and Don't Eat Pete. Since I am always looking for toys that will make great prizes for the games and I get really excited when I find toys that are great prices. Right now a bunch of the Disney Planes toys are on Rollback at Walmart. This Disney Planes Fire & Rescue Die-Cast Vehicles set was perfect because it was on Rollback for $14.97 from $19.97. Plus I can use it for 3 prizes so it makes it even better! Disney #PlanesToTheRescue!
I headed to Walmart to get the toys. I found them in a few spots. I found the die cast vehicles that I bought, the
I got a couple of the toys. They are perfect for prizes but also for presents too. My little boy is going to love this remote control plane!! And the little die cast vehicles are going to be perfect for prizes.
Since my kids love Planes, I made up a Don't Eat Pete printable that was of the Planes characters.
The game is very simple and very fun to play. You have someone go out of the room and then everyone else picks one of the characters to be "Pete".
The goal of the game is to not eat Pete. The person who was out of the room starts eating the candies off of the board. If they start to eat the one that is "Pete" everyone else yells, "Don't Eat Pete" and then their turn is up.
If you can eat all 8 of the candies without eating Pete, then you win. And that's when someone would get to win a prize! It was actually pretty difficult to win. But since you get to eat candy, everyone wins :).
What kinds of traditions do you have for Christmas Eve? What are some of your favorite holidays games to play during the holidays?