The Cat in the Hat "I Can Do That!" game is fun for the whole family. My daughter was given this game for her birthday last month, and she asks to play it daily.
There are three piles of cards. One pile has all of the cards telling you what you have to do with the trick-a-ma-stick. The second pile tells you what prop to use (all props from the book The Cat in the Hat, such as Mother's new gown, the fish, a book, a fan, a bent rake, a toy man, a boat, a ball...)
You can adapt this game for your family. For example, we don't play for points (you can, if you choose, keep score by counting the stars on each card - the combo above would be worth 9 points).
We also don't require a prop to be balanced on the player's head. It can be held in place.
Finally, we take all of the STOP cards out, because...
(See, I told you. Fun for the whole family. That's Grandma crawling around the Trick-a-ma-stick with her prop under her chin.)