For as great many covid-conscious families, there will be separation this holiday. YMMV, but we have a spent a chunk of most Christmas Past days on the blower talking to family and friends because a) we miss 'em b) Vodafone offered free calls to all. But it gets a bit desultory if a) it's the only call of the year b) there are multiple parties at each end round-robinning all-against-all. So here's somnething to give structure to your Zoom and a bit of mostly 'armless fun.
Families tend to read/have the same books. You can play cryptocomms (®©™) where the words [or letters if pushed] of a message /proverb are sent as page X, line Y, word Z and the other end/party/team has to get the answer [quickest]. King James Bible can be handy because-on-line and widely-available as Book, Chapter, Verse, Word.
- Genesis 8.9.5.
- Nehemiah 10.33.1
- Ezekiel 33.8.6 [R looking intently R]
- Daniel 4.4.5
- John 1.1.5
The Da Vinci Code would do too. Ezekiel cried them dry bones