Another game great for four players is Ding. You are dealt five cards and the trump changes every hand. You must take a least one trick to not be bumped back to the starting score of 21. It's a lot of fun but can be very cutthroat!
We don’t play a lot of board games, but as our grandchildren get older, we have pulled out Snakes and Ladders, Trouble, and Sorry. They are a little young still, but it’s never too soon to get them excited about playing games!
What about your family? What do you like to play? Let me know in the comments, then hop over to Jill Haymaker to read about her choices.