Skipper Otto Holiday Fun!

Celine - December 18, 2000

This year our Skipper Otto’s holiday party moved online. We met over Zoom, cooked together and opened secret Santa gifts. We also played a self-made version of Family Feud!

We surveyed around 100 of our long-term members with different Family Feud style questions and compiled the answers and prepared a game for the party. It was good fun and since we went through all that trouble, we figured you might enjoy having a giggle or even want to try it out yourself with friends and family.

After hosting the game, we realized a few tidbits we thought would be helpful to share for anyone that wishes to try it out:

  1. Watch Family Feud or better yet, have everyone watch it. It’s not required, but it sure helps the more people who know the format the better. The rules are straightforward but the nuance from the game makes it more fun. Basically, it is a mix of three head to head rounds followed by a final round for two individuals answering 5 rapid-fire questions.
  2. One person can be the host and control the board, however, it is certainly easier if two people split those tasks.
  3. The person controlling the board can either write answers into a pre-prepared grid or you can go all out and print and cut-out answers ahead of time and then add them to a Family Feud style board (we taped pieces to magnets then added the answers to a magnet board as people answered them).
  4. Print out a buzzer [X] graphic! There are lots of graphics that come up in an image search for Family Feud if you are feeling crafty (they make the game extra fun, especially virtually).

Let us know how it goes!

 

Download Skipper Otto Family Feud

 

Celine - December 18, 2000


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Skipper Otto Holiday Fun!

Celine - December 18, 2000

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