Posted Jun 28, 2019
Planning your next family reunion for this summer? Obviously, the goal of a reunion is to bring family from near and far together, but you also want to ensure that everyone has a fun, fantastic and, most of all, a memorable time. While it’s enjoyable to sit with family and catch up on what’s been going on since you last talked, sometimes you need a little conversation starter. Our friends over at SignUp.com can help you plan a fabulous family reunion with their Tips & Tricks, and also keep everyone entertained with these fun activities that are simple to execute and enjoyable for all ages.
Looking for a fun activity to play when everyone arrives? The Family Reunion Icebreaker Game: Would You Rather for Families is a great way to get people talking and laughing while everyone is settling in and unwinding from their travels.
How about a friendly competition to see who knows the most about the family? Playing a round or two of Family Trivia is an easy way to get even the most introverted relative involved in the fun.
Tired of listening to the same old boring stories year after year? These Get to Know You Discussion Cards will help start conversations that are silly, enlightening, and interesting; maybe you’ll learn something new about members of your family.
Get started planning your summer family festivities and let the fun begin!
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