Links from Social Media for Family F.E.D.
Sept. 21: Print and play our Emoji Emotions game to build family connections and build emotional skills!
Sept. 19: See how to play the Balanced Dice party game and find links to the supplies used!
Sept. 17: Print and play the Burger Flip game!
Sept. 16: Learn how to create a new Halloween tradition with a "traveling prize pumpkin"! Find more ideas to make this fall season special with these fun and easy Halloween party games!
Sept. 11: Create a multistep domino run for a fun boredom buster!
Sept. 10: Find our favorite flamingo game! Learn more about the surprising benefits of having a family mascot!
Sept. 8: Find our favorite 10-color set of dice on Amazon! Learn more about our Rainbow Dice DIY game (with links to other dice games).
Sept. 4: Intellectual skill idea: Learn about color schemes with a stained-glass—inspired art project with paint. Find the 1/4" repositionable masking tape we used.
Aug. 26: Create instant art fun and creativity with our dry-erase paper doll idea with Dollar Tree supplies!
Aug. 25: Create a DIY Chutes and Ladders game with erasers! Download our printable Chutes and Ladders game with a school theme. Find more fun and easy school-themed games.
Aug. 24: Download our "A Way with Words" game inspired by Chutes and Ladders for back-to-school fun!
Aug. 21: Enjoy a creative art project using Fruit Loops!
Aug. 19: See our Apples to Apples Notes creativity challenge about friendship! Get the Apples to Apples game or Disney Apples to Apples game.
Aug. 18: Learn how to create a portable Plinko-inspired game with DIY Dollar Tree supplies that's great for car rides, road trips, or at-home play on family game night. You can also find more level-up challenges for screen-free play.
Aug. 17: Learn more about the Bad Poetry Remix—a creativity prompt for National Bad Poetry Day.
Aug. 15: Download the free printable Back-to-School 2020 journaling page as part of our Family History in 15 Minutes series.
Aug. 13: Play pick-up sticks with pencils. You can also enjoy our fun word and educational games to kick off the school year!
Aug. 10: Find our recipe for s'mores inspired ice cream in a bag. Find the results of the 10 fun marshmallow and flavor combinations in our ultimate s'mores taste test!
Aug. 3: Find five easy and fun printable road trip games.
July 31: Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with our fun and easy Quidditch flies up twist!
July 30: Find the results of the 10 fun marshmallow and flavor combinations in our ultimate s'mores taste test!
July 27: Watch the KSL Studio 5 segment with 6 easy camping ideas.
July 25: Check out our five fun and easy ideas for celebrating Christmas in July!
July 23: Find our 13 easy camp and hiking games, along with links to all items mentioned.
July 22: Try a fun and easy twist for playing playground games!
July 14: See our easy idea for summer sprinkler play. If you want to throw in some water balloons, check out our three fun water balloon games and three more easy water balloon games (and subscribe to our YouTube channel while you're there!).
July 6: Find ideas for playing several board games backward!
June 30: Download the printable Red, White, and Blue—Times Two party game for the Fourth of July or learn more about it first. Also download the Cube Crash family party game.
June 29: Find free Fourth of July printable journaling pages.
June 27: Create a DIY Rolling Flag Marbles Game from a Dollar Tree grill tray.
June 22: For instant laughs, act out a favorite family movie scene using accents!
June 13: Celebrate National Children's Day with our "Childhood Memories" free journaling prompt as part of our "Family History in 15 Minutes" series
June 6: Learn more about the Super Summer Bingo game, or head straight to our shop to download the printable and start your summer fun with ease!
June 5: Find four tips for create an epic summer scavenger hunt and download our 12 printable clues! You can also watch the TV segment on Studio 5 where it was introduced!
June 3: See how to play the Stuck in the Middle bouncy balls and cup game.
June 3: Find more boredom busters.
June 1: Create a bouncing tic-tac-toe game with up cycled paper-towel rolls. You'll also find links for my go-to Ping-Pong balls or bouncy balls.
May 29: Learn more about Crazy Golf and how to talk with your kids and teens about developing basic patterns for coping with peer pressure, disappointment, worry, and inadequacy when they face unexpected situations.
May 28: Download the Burger Flip game perfect for barbecues, summer parties, and holiday!
May 27: Check out my favorite Frisbee—worth every penny because it provides much more accurate throwing and easier catching!
May 27: See how to play Frisbee basketball!
May 24: Family history in 15 minutes: Describe yourself in one memory—our free journaling prompt makes it easy. Find more free journaling printables to make it fun and easy to record your family's stories!
May 16 (for May 17): Social-skills building: 7 ideas for writing letters
May 13: Make candy art with M&Ms!
May 13: Download and print the Emoji Emotions game!
May 9: Make an edible Mother's Day card for the best Mother's Day gift! This is the sugar cookie bar recipe I used from I Heart Naptime.
May 8: Create a Mother's Day song for the perfect Mother's Day gift for Mom or Grandma!
May 7: Download a paper airplane runway for a fun STEM activity.
April 30: Ultimate guide to finding hidden Mickeys in nature and your neighborhood.
April 29: Five coronavirus-safe games you can play on the front porch through a window!
April 25 (for the 26th): Learn fun facts online about your ancestors!
April 25: 3 fun ideas for making rock art with Patti Rokus from RocksTellStories.com
April 25: Nature Walk Bingo cards
April 24: Seed-packet recognition notes for your children
April 23: Disney Frozen 2 party game ideas that also bring family history fun
April 22: 10 downloadable Nature Walk Bingo cards
April 20: Build painted cairns to talk about balance and slowing down.
April 19: Create nature quotes
April 18: Faux juggling boredom buster
April 17: Emoji Emotions game to talk with your kids about their emotions
April 17: Ideas for haiku topics.
April 13: 5 New Twists for Playing Scrabble
April 11: Snow White movie night collection
April 11: Watch our taste test with 7 Easter candies on Disney churros!
April 8: Bean Counters Easter game with jelly beans
April 7: Draw EGG-straordinary family portraits with plastic Easter eggs
April 5: Send a digital floral bouquet—a simple service idea!
April 4: Elbow Basketball game
April 3: Slice the Dice game
March 31: The Ultimate Letter Card Game Deck
March 27: Cube Crash downloadable game
March 25: DIY game: Board Bounce
March 23: Color Shout card game
March 22: Family favorites photo
March 21: 5-High cup game
March 19: 6 Outdoor Play and Park Activities
March 19: Studio 5 segment on KSL TV
March 18: Free downloadable cooperative game: Good Fruit, Bad Fruit
March 17: New website for Family FED
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Download our Cube Crash game that's perfect for all ages (and can help you talk with your kids about finding the positive when life seems to come crashing down).
Try our Emoji Emotions game that makes it easier for your kids to talk about their emotions in a safe space.