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Family Feud Template
Anyone got a template for Powerpoint for a Family Feud game. I would think you would be able to do something with hidden objects and VBA macros. Haven't been able to find one online.
We're having a Family Feud event and want to play the game as part of the activities.
The viking previously pointed us to this link for Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Hollywood Squares, Jeopardy and Weakest Link.
Perhaps one of those could start you in the right direction.
I also found this with a real quick google. Towards the bottom, they have a PPT template.
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Last edited by osborn4; Tuesday, January 4th, 2005 at 10:52 AM.
Here are some 'feud specific' PPT resources for you to check out. There is a lot of other stuff out there for your Googlations.......... (c8
We did a Family Feud Christmas drama at my church on December 19. (I was Richard Dawson.) I built a set of graphics to match. Here's the PPT file:
The PPT file had sound effects which I'm not sure transer thru PPT files or not so here they are:
Last edited by skstarkiller; Monday, April 20th, 2009 at 10:14 PM.
Last year we did something similar. I ran across some software that allowed you to create your own Family Feud game. After setting up all of the questions I ran through it and captured screen shots for each question. I also captured the audio or you can use the ones found already mentioned. I then created a PowerPoint.
You could also save all that trouble and use the program for your presentation. Our script was less involved so that's why we used PowerPoint.
Great link, but I'm trying to figure out how much work it would take to come up with the questions and answers it would take to have a games might for the kids, pluys the fact that lots of the kids wouldn't know how to play Family Feud. Does get the mind going though....
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