Ever play the Thanksgiving left right game? It’s an easy game for kids or adults to enjoy playing with family and friends.
Thanksgiving Left Right Game
With the football season and the NFL streaming online, we have fun games to play during halftime! So pause the channel, show, or the Dallas cowboys because you are about to score a game to play with the family. If you love party games? You’ll love this hilarious bigfoot game, funny ghost fart game, and this roll a turkey dice game!
How to Play
This fun activity is inspired by the classic game of hot potato. Although, instead of tossing the turkey it will be passed from one player to another around a circle.
Designate one person to start and stop your favorite tune. Any player in the circle can start with the turkey.
When the music begins that player will begin by passing the turkey to their right.
However, in this game, there is a trick to it. When the music stops, the player holding the turkey is safe, and the player on the left hand side of the player holding the turkey is eliminated.
Then, the game will begin again with the player holding the turkey there again passing it to their right when the music begins. Just like the classic game of hot potato there can be only one winner. Each round will proceed until only one remaining player is left, who will then win a Thanksgiving prize.
Need a turkey to use for the game? If you print the Roll a Turkey dice game, re-use the winning turkey for this Thanksgiving left-right game, where all you need is a turkey to pass back and forth. From one game, you will get two party games.
Roll a Turkey Dice Game
Build a turkey body by rolling a dice and adding the corresponding turkey piece. The perfect game for kids or adults!Roll a Turkey Game
Aunt Sally used to call this the right left game for thanksgiving and have a big bag of prizes to hand out to the kids. In addition to passing around a turkey, pilgrim, or a printable, she would use a story, a poem, and readings from the Bible to make the experience more interactive. This was her favorite prize to hand out!