For most 25th Anniversary party guests, getting together with friends will be just as much fun as playing entertaining games. For this reason, playing Never Have I Ever should bring a lot of laughter and entertainment to the room. The directions for playing games such as Never Have I Ever and Have You Ever are quite similar and can be adapted for a variety of age groups. First of all, each guest is given ten pennies or beans to use as tokens. Then the first player is chosen. This person makes the statement, Never Have I Ever, and completes it with something they have never done. All the players that have done this particular thing must give a bean to that person. The winner is the first person that runs out of beans.
You can of course buy books preprinted with word search puzzles. While some of these books are very good, the disadvantage is of course you can't choose what words should appear in the puzzle. Another idea is to use your computer _ with word search maker software, you can easily create your own puzzles _ that way you can choose words appropriate for the age level of your children (perhaps even choose the words they need to learn for school spelling), and tailor the puzzles too (for example by avoiding difficult diagonal words if creating puzzles for younger kids).