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Time Line of Family History: When did Aunt Kay come to America? How old is Cousin Sam? With this tabletop activity, you can collect answers to all those "when" questions. Tape a piece of butcher paper to a table and draw a long line that starts with a significant date (Granny's birthday, say) and ends with the current year. Segment the decades with colorful washi tape. Encourage everybody to write or sketch in all the milestones as well as other memorable events.

Super-Fun Ideas for Family Reunions: Time Line of Family History (via FamilyFun Magazine)

Family reunion activities - successful family reunions - reunion planning - Reunions magazine

Family reunion activities - successful family reunions - reunion planning - Reunions magazine- we should do some of these!

15 games that are perfect for family reunions and get togethers! Ranging from outdoor fun, to guessing games, there are activities for all ages!! { lilluna.com }

15 Family Reunion Game Ideas ranging from outdoor fun, to guessing games, there are activities for all ages!

Glow In The Dark Games...looks so fun!  Especially would be great at night at our family reunion when we all camp outside

camping party: Another version of glow in the dark ring toss. Use a glow wand to make the base and use glow necklaces as rings. Try using glow bracelets for an even more challenging game of ring toss!

Candy Bar Medals- For bible verse memorization and team question prizes at end of week. Use airheads candy instead

Candy Bar Medals- For bible verse memorization and team question prizes at end of week. Use airheads candy instead [ "Candy Bar Medals- For bible verse memor

I Spy With My Little Camera . . . This is an awesome idea for a huge family reunion we have each year.  Of course, the list would need to be changed to reflect the reunion setting and maybe several different lists.

“ “Give the young kids a check list at the reception & a few disposable cameras and see what they capture!” ” photo scavenger hunts are my favorite “keep the kids busy” activity at weddings