Easter Sunday marks the most important day of the Christian calendar, and it signifies the unofficial start of spring. Celebrate this momentous occasion! Before the Easter egg hunt, after your fast-breaking meal, or whenever friends and family are gathered, a lively round of Easter Charades
will elevate your holiday. The traditional rules of charades apply: A player draws a pink card from a bowl (or Easter basket) and acts out the word or phrase printed on it. But rather than acting out movies, books, or song titles, Easter Charades
includes such pantomimic challenges as "Peter Cottontail," "Ash Wednesday," "jelly beans," and "He Is Risen." With more than seventy cards in the box, it will be a challenge to see what lasts longer: the game or the candy supply! For ages 12 and up.