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7 Group Activities To Engage the Whole Family - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

7 Group Activities To Engage the Whole Family

Getting some quality time with your spouse and kids is important, but it can be difficult to find activities that can entertain the whole family. You want to find something that will help everyone forget about their screens and come together for some bonding time. Here are seven group activities that will be fun for everyone. 

 

  1. Solve a Mystery

There are a variety of ways you and your family can come together to solve a mystery. You can purchase kits that cover the aspects of a crime, offer suspects and clues, and let you put it all together to determine what happened. You could also try creating your own escape room or planning a scavenger hunt. Any of these activities will get your family working together, discussing ideas, searching for clues and focused on a shared goal. 

 

  1. Create an Obstacle Course

Get everyone moving with a homemade obstacle course. Have everyone help in planning the activities and constructing them and you'll have hours of fun. Once you've completed the setup, have a competition to see who can complete the course the quickest. You could even put together teams and make it into a relay game. 

 

  1. Build a Clubhouse

Start by brainstorming your design. Have everyone draw up plans and decorate what their ideal clubhouse would look like and compare them. Talk about what materials you'll need for construction. If you're building a temporary indoor clubhouse, you can use blankets and chairs to bring your design to life. If you want to build a permanent structure outside, make a list of supplies and take a family trip to the store. This activity can help build a spirit of teamwork and is a great way to teach your kids about the basics of construction. 

 

  1. Play Trivia

Learn some new facts and information while you have fun. There are a variety of ways to play trivia. You can dig out an old board game like Trivial Pursuit, or set the whole family up on their devices to play a Kahoot. However you choose to do it, your family will have fun guessing together and bonding over some friendly competition.

 

  1. Invent a Game

Get creative and make up a game for the whole family to play together. You don't have to completely reinvent the wheel if you're having trouble coming up with ideas. Add some silly new rules to a favorite game. If your family enjoys kickball, try connecting the bases with slip and slides to add a new challenge and a lot of laughs. Or divide into teams and have a Nerf gun or water gun battle. Anything that gets everyone moving, laughing and having a great time will bring your family closer.

 

  1. Plant a Garden

Gardening together is a great way to get kids engaged and learning about nature and how things grow. Growing them yourselves also makes it easier to get children excited about trying some new veggies. Start by discussing as a family where you will plant the garden, what types of fruits and vegetables you will plant and who will be responsible for certain tasks. Take a trip together to the store to purchase seeds and plants and then head home to get started. Don't be afraid to let your kids get their hands dirty and get involved in the planting process with your guidance. 

 

  1. Cook a Theme Meal

This is a great way to make dinner more exciting for everyone. Decide on a theme for your meal and have everyone plan their own outfits for it. Maybe you'll be dining on a yacht or having a Hawaiian luau. Do some research and find recipes that fit into your chosen theme and decorate your dining area accordingly. 

Creating opportunities for family bonding doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. Any activity you can all do together is bound to let you get to know each other better and improve your relationships. Try one of these great activities the next time you are looking for some family fun. 

Publish Date: May 28, 2021 7:50 PM

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