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Have each child coming to the family reunion bring their favorite childhood book to share with everyone.
You can either have Grandma/Grandpa read them out loud to the group (depending on size of reunion), or split the group in small groups and have the books read there.
Whoever has the last un-popped balloon is the winner! Write different point values on the front and have a competition to see who can bounce ping pong balls into the cups and get the most points.
You might be surprised to see who ends up being the winner!
Instead of keeping score, the fun becomes learning more about your family and building friendships.
Grab these great frisbee golf discs while you’re at it!
When you plan your reunion, you have to include this activity.
Relays are the perfect way to build family relations, make connections, and make fun memories! Split up into teams for some family friendly competitions OR enjoy some fun activities for sweet family bonding time.
Plus, everyone loves to get a little competitive seeing who can launch sponges and fill a bucket with water the fastest! I sure hope our next family reunion includes some of these!
This is probably one of the most memorable things my family did at reunions growing up.
These ideas will get you started, but use your creativity to come up with your own family challenges. Pick out puzzles depending on the age and skill level of the family. This one involves one of your favorite summer-time fruits. You could use whatever you want for an eating contest.