The front covers of used greeting cards are perfect for games and activities.
Place a stack of card fronts face down on the table. Each player selects three cards and creates a short story that incorporates elements from his/her cards. Players go around the table sharing their story. Or play cooperatively whereby the first player turns over a card and starts a story based on the images from that card. The second player then flips over the next card and must continue the same story, but now incorporating elements from the new card. Play continues until cards run out or the story reaches a natural end.
Place a stack of card fronts face down on the table. Each player selects three cards, carefully studies the designs, and identifies the ways in which his/her cards are alike. Once everyone has taken a turn, collect all the cards, shuffle, and begin again. Or start by selecting two cards and placing them face up on the table. Go around the circle and each person identifies how the two cards are similar. If a person cannot point out a similarity s/he is out. Once everyone has spoken, select another card and place it face up next to the first two. Again, go around the circle and have each person identify how the cards are alike. Keep adding cards and finding similarities among all the face up cards until there is only one person remaining.