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Who's who? And how are we related? These brightly colored nametags help cousins and other kin figure out family connections.
Family reunions are special times when families get together, reconnect with relatives, and share family history with several generations. Perhaps your family's reunion happens at a special time, such as on Juneteenth or at a bat mitzvah. Some reunions include a few cousins while others host hundreds of people with the same heritage.
Nametags are a useful tool to help people figure out who's who. Here's one way to help your family find connections among relatives.
With Crayola® Scissors cut construction paper into strips. Fold the paper in half to create an easy-to-read name tag. With Crayola Gel Markers, write each person's first name on one side.
Cut pieces of colorful ribbon wide and long enough to print names on them lengthwise. The widths of the ribbons may vary to illustrate different types of names, such as middle names and maiden names (last names of women before they changed their name afte
Tie a long necklace of yarn or ribbon and place it inside the fold of the nametag. Using Crayola School Glue, attach the ribbons with names so they hang down from the bottom edge. Seal the tag closed. Dry.
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