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  3. Share some of the fun games that your family plays without gadgets!

Gadget Free Hour 2021

Share some of the fun games that your family plays without gadgets!

Gadget Free Hour 2021

Share some of the fun games that your family plays without gadgets!

While we are all staying at home for our own safety and for the safety of others, why not reunite for some Gadget Free Time together with family? Share some of the fun games that your family plays without gadgets! ... more

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Jyoti Gupta Oct 15, 2020

My family enjoys a gadget free time, by spending some time of the day, daily by offering prayers to our deities.


Though its not the game, but children finds it interesting to decorate our temple, to recall the various names of our diety Lord Krishna, quiz about the past times of Krishna and listen about the Bhagwad Geeta.


We all sing hymns and shlokas in the praise of Lord Krishna. This gives us a mental peace and a beautiful family time together daily. Irrespective of our busy schedule, we all make sure to come together daily for 20 minutes in the evening to offer the prayers together.

This make me feel satisfied that I am able to inculcate the sense of respect, pride and knowledge about our Hindu culture in the tender minds of my children L.

Sivani Saravanamuttu Mar 19, 2020

Jenga, Lego and all sorts of puzzles. But nothing gets my family together like a game of Scrabble! Also cooking is very exciting for the kids (with parental guidance). Choosing a recipe, gathering the ingredients and creating a tasty meal, which can be enjoyed by the family members, it's quite satisfying. Playing shopkeeper is another interesting game. Kids line-up their toys, make paper money and learn to transact in the process! Dance-off, good exercise for the body and so is table-tennis. Finally, reading! A dog maybe man's best friend, but books are our true companions!

PIRAI GANAPATHI Mar 19, 2020

Games - we played
* passing the hoola hoop.
* board games.
* stack cups.
* bowling with water bottles

Activities:
* we sowed some methi seeds and watched them grow.
* we drew our family tree
* systematic yoga/pranayama
* riddles and jokes
* book reading

Mudit Garg Mar 18, 2020

We play Hungry Hippo game with our kid.

Suruchi Priya Mar 18, 2020

I used to play LUDO....&....CARROM.......and I am sure most of the families like to play this game