By Lori Mork
Here’s a fun game to try at your next family reunion. It’s a personalized version of the Jeopardy game.
To begin, you need to make a list of who your game will be about: everyone at the reunion, the oldest living people there or maybe the youngest.
Also decide who will play the game so you will know how to designate your categories.
After you’ve made these decisions, you need to come up with categories. If you are making the game about grandparents, some categories could include “when he was little” – questions about Grandpa’s early life, “sugar and spice” – questions about grandma, “happily ever after” – questions about their married life, “who done it” – funny stories about grandparents with contestants guessing which grandparent it is about, and “you CAN take it with you” – advice given by a grandparent, with contestants naming which grandparent gave that advice or lesson and telling a story to go with it.
Lori Mork of Lowry is a mother, grandmother and dabbler in all things food, photography and decor related.