|Drawing, drawing, drawing....|
Give everyone as many pieces of paper as their are players. Everyone writes a sentence on their top piece of paper--any ol' sentence will do. At the birthday party where I learned this game one sentence was "Birthday bliss...my name is Jesse!" Another was "Montana has the most wonderful, loving friends." They can be adult or child-friendly, depending on the audience. After everyone has written their sentence they pass the whole stack to their left. That person reads it, moves the paper with the sentence to the bottom of the stack, and attempts to draw an image of what the sentence said on the next piece of paper.
When they are done with their drawing they hand the stack of papers to the next person who looks at the picture, moves it to the bottom of the stack, and attempts to write one sentence that describes that new drawing.
This is repeated until everyone gets back to their original stack...which can sometimes be tricky to tell depending on how distorted the sentence got during its travels.
By the time "Birthday bliss...my name is Jesse!" was finished it had morphed into "Leonard the clown lipped balloon bender."