With our "For Kids and Teens: 10 Fun and Creative Ways to Tell Your Stories," you'll find ideas to make it fun to record your history! You can download our PDF in 7 color options or in a black-and-white version.
If you're wondering how to talk with your children about setting goals, then making goals relevant is an important aspect to discuss. Today’s activity centers on family conversations about specific topics. It’s a game I created called, “That’s Irrelevant!”
As part of our ongoing “Family History in 15 Minutes” series of weekly journaling prompts, today we celebrate National Children’s Day by recording a childhood memory. Don’t worry about recording the most memorable or the most important—just record any memory that comes to mind. Any memory recorded helps preserve part of your story, part of your childhood. And you can help your children record their memories while they’re fresh in their mind, because the things that matter most to them now might not be what comes to their mind years from now.
If you have chopsticks and empty toilet paper rolls, then you’re on your way to 60 minutes of family fun with just 1–2 minutes of setup for these fling flyers combined with a fun target practice! Enjoy TP fling flyers indoor or outdoors for lots of family fun! Games like this are accessible—and fun!—for all ages, from toddler to adults.
Have fun getting to know your mom or grandma even better with these five fun interview prompts in a free printable! It’s a great activity for Mother’s Day, plus it’s a fun way to record your family history!