Great Thanksgiving Dinner Game

Product Review Sunday
Thanksgiving is Thursday. So, for this Product Review Sunday we recommend the Thanksgiving Box of Questions by Box Girls. Your Thanksgiving will be even more festive with these clever, engaging, and entertaining conversation starter question cards. A Thanksgiving Box of Questions also makes a special holiday hostess gift that doubles as a centerpiece for the Thanksgiving table.

The Box Girls started in 2002 when BFF moms Cece Feiler and Heidi Hadda were at a restaurant with their hungry husbands and six kids and the service was slow.

To avoid a mealtime meltdown, the two moms started asking questions to engage their kids and what was potentially a disastrous night turned into a magical night of bonding and sharing. That night the first game in the successful Box of Questions original series was launched.

Hundreds of thousands of boxes in this successful series have been enjoyed by families and friends across the globe. These clever, age-appropriate, party, and holiday themed question-games instantly unite any group while re-establishing the art of storytelling. Since the first game was sold, The Box Girls has donated a percentage of their profits to charitable organizations.

Thanksgiving Box of Questions

The decorative gift box is 5″ diameter x 3.25″ tall and filled with 82 glossy cards printed with Thanksgiving themed Box Girl question cards.

The game has Thanksgiving themed conversation starters like:
What are you most thankful for this year?
What is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
What is your family motto?

Don’t forget to stop by again next Sunday for another Product Review Sunday for nannies and au pairs.


  1. I never saw or heard of this before. Great idea, where do you find this stuff? Awesome. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

  2. My family is good for coming up with these types of questions with each other, and I have passed them on in my nanny jobs.But one ritual I started with some friends and their young kids was a spin off of my own family's tradition of going one by one around the table saying something we were grateful for in that past year. It's Alphabet Thanks. First person says something they are thankful for that begins with an A. Next person does B and on and on around the table until the 26 letters are used. A family I used to work for does wishes and thanks, something they wish for in the next year and something they were thankful for.

  3. I love this product. I've seen it before and it's great, perfect for thanksgiving dinner. If invited out be sure to make this the hostess gift.Imani O

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