Sock Puppet Charades
Are you ready for the next hilarious party game that's about to take the country by storm? Sure you've all played charades, and yes, it's pretty fun, but straight from the minds of our brilliant Brain Workshop comes Sock Puppet Charades!
Just like a game of charades...but with sock puppets! Brad Pupitt and Angelina Toelie are here to join in on the fun as you use a slew of props to act out the secret word. This imagination-bending party game will have you howling with laughter. Ya better hold on to your bunions, you're in for a wild night with Sock Puppet Charades!
The IdeaA classic game of charades but with sock puppets and small props.
The BrainsExercise creative thinking and coordination.
The A-HaThe props add a whole new dimension to classic charades
Brain Health Expert Says
|warnings||Toy contains small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
|Inside the Box|
New twist on charades
You will crack up laughing at this one!
How To Play
Are you the next Marlon Brandtoe, Michael J. Socks, or Marilyn Montoe? Let your
hands do the talkin’ as you use sock puppets & props to Act, dance, or even heimlich
maneuver your way to vicTOEry!
How to Play
The 1st actoer:
with time tickin’, the actoer picks any of the three cues, shouts out the
category (Action, Person, or thing) and begins performing their palms off
using the props for help (if necessary).
other players shout guesses (no penalty for wrong ones, so let ‘em fly) with
The actoer acknowledging correct ones before moving to the next cue.
when all three cues are guessed correctly or the timer runs out, the show
stops, scores are tallied, and the sock puppets are passed to the left.
NOTE: A correct answer can be any verb tense or form of the word on the
card. A correct answer can also be longer than the word on the card (For
example: bicycle = bike).
If the actoer decides to only wear 1 sock puppet, no problemo - Just know that
your naked hand can only be used to hold props not to help act.
actoers can only use their hands to perform (For example: no flapping your
arms to show ‘flying’).
actoers can make sounds, but cannot say words (For example: humming is
permitted, but ventriloquism is not).
• Individual Players score 1 point for each cue they correctly guess.
• actoers score 1 point for each cue correctly guessed by another player.
Winning the Game
With 3-4 players, each player is the actoer 3 times. With 5-6 players, each player is
actoers 2 times. The player with the most points at the end wins. Declare them the
Puppet Master! Bow down and smell their socks!
tie game? play another round with the next player in line as the actoer.