One of the challenges in planning a family reunion is keeping all the generations happy. While we love activities that get the different age groups interacting together, sometimes you need to offer fun things for each generation to do. And one of the hardest groups to plan for is your teenage family members!
Teenagers can be tough. Some teens may be interested in helping with the little kids; others may want to hang with the grownups. Still others may be dragged along and want no part of organized activities. While you can’t make everyone happy all the time, you can offer options for the teens.
Un-organized sports. Instead of (or maybe after) the “official family softball game,” just set up a volleyball net and leave the ball there. Or have badminton racquets and a birdie available. Let everyone know they’re there, and see what happens. If you have a…
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