Three Fun Super Bowl Traditions!
By Kay Christopherson, Pie Bar Woodstock
Super Bowl time is upon us! This Sunday, folks will gather around their TVs to see the Rams face off against the Bengals. Whether you're watching in excitement to see if your team will take home the ring, just there to see your favorite celeb during the commercial breaks, or anxiously waiting for the Halftime Show to come on, the Super Bowl is a blast! If you're wanting to make game day extra special, here are some activities that will spruce up your party:
1. Commercials Bingo
The Super Bowl is the only night of the year when you actually look forward to the commercials. And if you're anything like me, it might be your favorite part of the night. Why not make a game out of it? Get some blank bingo card templates, and have you and your guests fill out what moments you think will happen during the ads (examples include: a tear-jerking car commercial, an MCU trailer, a classic character makes a comeback, etc.) and see how many you get right.
Click here to get the tutorial and a free printable!
2. Finger-Flick Football
This activity is perfect for kids that might be getting antsy while watching the game. All you need is a piece of paper! It's a great way to pass the time during the slower parts of the game. Did I mention that it's ridiculously easy to play?
3. Potluck Party
Stressing about how you're gonna feed all of the hungry guests that are coming over this Sunday? A great solution is to make the party a potluck! Have everyone bring over their own yummy snack to share with the party. You can even encourage party-goers to name their foods with football-themed puns and phrases (Touchdown Turkey Wraps! Nacho Average Football Fan! Game Day Guac!).
You can also swing by Pie Bar and pick up a pie for your Super Bowl menu. Whether you're looking for something sweet or savory, we would love to be a part of your game day celebration!
It doesn't matter if you're a die-hard Bengals fan, a Rams devotee, or decidedly neutral; the Super Bowl is a great time to spend with friends and family and engage in a little bit of friendly competition. Whatever your big game traditions are, I'm sure that it'll be a great time!