In-Home ActivitiesThese in-home family activities help you discover, gather, and connect your family—past and present.
Activities to help you discover who you are.
Do you know the story behind your name? Knowing about your name can help give you a sense of identity. Names also connect us to our ancestors.
Time Capsule Questions
You are only your age once. Take some time to think about your life at this age. What do you enjoy and why? Answering questions like these may help your future family understand what you were like.
Knowing who you are can help build your confidence. Learning more about your interests can help you decide what kind of person you want to be.
Where I’m From
Where you live has an impact on what you do and who you are. Remembering where you came from can help you know where you want to go in life.
Keep a Journal My Way
Family history is what happens to you every day. Making a record of your life will help you remember that God loves you—on both the good and the bad days.
My Voice, My Experiences
Your voice is unique, and so are your experiences. Retelling experiences that you have gone through can help you overcome obstacles in the future.
Remembering My Photos
Everybody has a unique life story. Photos help us remember the past but they don't tell us everything! Your photos need your voice to make the story complete.
The Year I Was Born
What do you know about the year you were born? It can be fun to learn more about what life was like when you came into your family.
My Records and Their Records
Records are evidence that you lived in certain places at certain times. Records are an important part of family history.
Weakness to Strength
Everyone has weaknesses. As you exercise faith and ask for help, Heavenly Father promises to “make weak things become strong” (Ether 12:27). As you learn stories of how others overcame weaknesses, your faith grows.