The Name Game
The leader names a famous person, such as George Bush. The next player uses the first initial of the last name (B) to start the first name of his person, Barney Rubble. The third player then comes up with an “R” name, Rosie O'Donnell. Just like “Famous People,” you should agree on the rules first.
For some variations, try playing the “Geography” version. In “Geography,” the last letter of the first word gives you the first letter of the next word. For example, Paris, then San Diego, then Ontario. To keep the game really moving, reverse directions if the first and last letters are the same (as in Ontario).
How many different things were for sale in the last vending machine you looked at? It could have been a soda pop vending machine at the gas station, or a candy bar one at a rest stop. What about the beverage cart on the airplane? Sometimes, the flight attendants will tell you what the choices are. Do you remember?