This project has been created by PAL Canada Foundation to support the provision of activities that can help alleviate isolation and promote the mental health of older adults during the national response to Covid 19.
"Name That Musical" - Using images, videos, songs and trivia question, a game host provides clues and other historical or significant information about a particular movie. The host challenges the participants to Name That Musical.
Bumper Stumpers tests your skill in figuring out unusual combinations of letters and numbers strung together to create phrases found on personalized car licence plates.
Read My Lips is a team game of laughter, hyesteria and lip reading skills. Two teams face off by being given a phrase to relay to their team mates from one to the other without being able to audibly hear them. The team who at the end of the line guesses the most words in a phrase wins the round.
Name That Place: A game host provides clues and other historical or significant information about a particular famous city, geographical location or historical landmark and challenges the participants to name the place in as few picture clues as possible.
Scattergories is a fast-thinking game of categories and words! Roll the die, flip the sand timer, and think of answers to each category on the category list. Players race against the timer as they write down answers such as things in a musical group, a vegetable, a reason to have a party, and items found in a bakery – each beginning with the letter C. Score points for writing down things no one else did. The more creative the answers, the more points you score. With more than 190 categories and 20 letters on the die, the game is exciting to play over and over again.
Name That Song: A game host provides clues and other historical or significant information about a particular song and challenges the participants to name the place in as few picture clues as possible.
Match Game: is a game that features contestants trying to match answers given by a panel to fill-in-the-blank questions.
Name That Artist: A game host provides clues, images and other historical or significant information about a particular famous artist and challenges the participants to name the place in as few picture clues as possible.
BINGO - Bingo is one of the oldest and most popular games that is loved by people of ages. It is simple and easy to follow along and requires a bit of luck which makes it much more exciting. Now we're going to play it on Zoom!
"Let's Get Quizzical" - A game of all-around trivia
"Friday Night At The Movies" - Name That Movie: Using images, video and trivia question, a game host provides clues and other historical or significant information about a particular movie. The host challenges the participants to Name That Movie.
Name That Celebrity: A game host provides clues and other historical or significant information about a particular famous person and challenges the participants to choose the correct answer between two images of famous people.
"Murder at Radio City Music Hall": In interactive murder mystery games the guests are provided with character backgrounds and confidential information. Unlike scripted games, there are many sub-plots and the goal isn't just to solve the murder. Guests are given license to interrogate or perform actions or activities with the other guests which will help them solve the case or accomplish their own characters goals. Interactive games do allow for ad libbing and allow a person to take their character in the direction they want to go. Some games will allow the murderer to know upfront that they are the killer, and others will keep it a secret until the rest of the group is told during a solution round. This game will require our participants to sign up well in advance so that we can email you the information required to make the game a success. So please sign up ASAP.
Name That Tune: A game host provides musical note on their instrument of choice along with other historical or significant stories about a particular song and challenges the participants to name the tune in as few notes as possible. The host describes the song and tells the basic story of the song. The host then asks the group if anyone can name the song and if they can, in how many notes they can properly name the song. The challenger who states that they can name the song in the least number of notes gets the first guess. The artist then plays the designated number of notes from the melody of a song and the participant tries to guess first. If that challenger does not guess, anyone else in the group can guess. The game is won by the first person to guess the title after an additional note is added to the melody.