Like many of my favorite games, Honey, If You Love Me comes from Girl Scout summer camp.  I don’t remember when I actually learned this one, but I remember that we often used it as a simple instant program.  To explain, at camp, there are times when units of campers and counselors have a few minutes to spare between activities.  Instead of allowing the girls to just sit around, the counselors are trained to fill these gaps with what is called instant program to keep the girls engaged. In schools, we often refer to similar activities as time fillers to support bell-to-bell instruction.  However, IRead More →