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2009 Cranium Page-A-Day Calendarby Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
It’s Cranium for your desktop! From the wildly popular board game company, this lively, full-color calendar features a year of wacky, unexpected, and riotously fun activities for one, two—or a whole crowd. Punch List: How many of the five Huxtable children on The Cosby Show can you name? Factoid: What is the largest animal ever to/i>
It’s Cranium for your desktop! From the wildly popular board game company, this lively, full-color calendar features a year of wacky, unexpected, and riotously fun activities for one, two—or a whole crowd. Punch List: How many of the five Huxtable children on The Cosby Show can you name? Factoid: What is the largest animal ever to inhabit the Earth?
Plus test your talent for tunes with Humdinger, act out in Cameo, and more, including getting the office together for a game of Cafeteria Football.
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This calendar is great for fans of the Cranium games.
The Cranium Page-A-Day Calendar is a just-right mix of daily fun and information! An entertaining addition to my day!
The Cranium calendar is a daily highlight. Anyone who has played the Cranium board game will be familiar with the light-hearted and quizzical nature of this calendar. Some days are multiple-choice questions, others are fill-in-the-letters puzzles. Most days are simple questions or puzzles. Fridays are always some creative cat task that usually requires buddying up (drawing clues or acting out charade-like hints). The weekends are reserved for picture puzzles where you have figure out visual clues, or try to identify an item from zoomed-in picture. All in all, it is a very fun calendar that you and those around can enjoy all the year round.