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Board Games Your Teens and Parents Will Love Playing Together

Video games don’t always appeal to older adults. Teens may not love card games. Have your teens meet your parents halfway with these board games your teens and parents will both love.

Senior Care Pasadena CA - Board Games Your Teens and Parents Will Love Playing Together

Senior Care Pasadena CA – Board Games Your Teens and Parents Will Love Playing Together

Abundant Harvest

Abundant Harvest is a game that is good for adults and younger teens. Older teens can play it, but they may not appreciate it as much as the 13 to 15-year-old. In this game, you’re presented with dilemmas that you have to decide how you would handle it. You then defend your decision.

For example, if you found a wallet with hundreds of dollars in cash and no ID, what would you do? Conversations during the game can help grandchildren and their grandparents bond as they realize their generations aren’t so different after all.

Apples to Apples

Apples to Apples, and the more adult spin on the game Cards Against Humanity, are easy to play and lead to lots of laughter. The group is shown a card and have to fill in the blank using a card in their hand.

Players try to come up with the best answer to get the point. Prepare to laugh a lot and discover your parents and teens may have a very odd sense of humor.


Whether your family can sing or not, Spontuneous is a lot of fun. You don’t have to sing to play, but it’s a lot of fun if you do. The game is easy to play. Pick a card and flip it over to show the word. Players have to come up with a song that has that word in it.

For example, if the word on the card was “car,” your parents may go for the Beatles song “Baby, You Can Drive My Car.” Your teen might go for Primus’s “Jerry Was a Race Car Driver.” Every generation stands a chance in this game.

Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride has been around for years, and it’s still very popular. This strategy game involves building a rail line that connects stations. The longer the line, the more points you get. The problem is the other players can take over part of your line to build their line, so you end up wasting time on a line that you can’t finish.

Truth Bombs

What do your parents and teens know about each other? That’s the aim of the game Truth Bombs. Players answer questions about the person who is “it.” The person who is it then goes over all the answers and shares the truth.

You may learn a thing about your parents that you never knew. Your teens may realize that even their grandparents had a wild streak and that it’s all part of being a teen.

Socializing is an important part of your mental and physical health. Board games give your parents the chance to socialize with family. When you’ve all gone back home, senior care providers can keep this going. Senior care aides offer companionship by playing games or taking your parents out. Call our senior care agency to get started.

If you or an aging loved one are considering Senior Care Services in Pasadena CA, please contact the caring staff at 1Heart Care Services today.

Belina C. Nernberg
Belina C. Nernberg
Belina Calderon-Nernberg is the CEO and founder of 1Heart Caregiver Services. Recently offering 1Heart franchise business opportunities to the public, Belina provided the vision, leadership, and direction that the company needed to achieve its goal of making a positive difference in the homecare industry. As her greatest accomplishment, the company is now equipped with the expertise to expand its business operations to different States in the U.S. Belina brings with her a corporate experience of 25 years, with 15 solid years of experience as CEO of an employment agency and a senior care service company in Southern California. Belina has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of St. La Salle, Philippines. She has been the recipient of several awards given to emerging leaders in business, community service, arts, and entertainment. She has also been honored as an Ambassador of Goodwill by the HiFi (Historic Filipinotown) Neighborhood Council. This title is bestowed to carefully selected Filipino-Americans who are persons of integrity who have the ability “to promote, reach out, influence and mobilize public interest and support of the ideals, values, principles, and programs of the Historic Filipinotown.

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