6 Free Family Feud PowerPoint Templates

Download free PowerPoint Family Feud templates

Rear view of teenage students raising hands in classroom
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Use these free Family Feud PowerPoint templates to create your own custom Family Feud to use in the classroom as a fun game to review for a test or be introduced to a new unit.

These templates are all modeled after the game show Family Feud and are played much like the actual game. You can set them up to work for all ages of students in your classroom. They also make a great addition to homeschool curriculum.

You'll need to open these Family Feud templates either in Microsoft PowerPoint or another free presentation software program. Once you have them open you can customize them with your own questions.

Some of the templates are ready for you to enter questions and then show them to students. Other ones have more bells and whistles that you can customize for a one-of-a-kind experience for your students.

If you're looking for more free PowerPoint games, there are also the popular Jeopardy PowerPoint templates that are great for a test review.

Screenshot of a Family Feud PowerPoint template with yellow boxes and a blue background
Youth Downloads

This template has an intro song, very realistic 3D graphics, and provides just an all around awesome experience. There are 6 rounds each with a total possible number of 8 answers.

Answers are hidden away behind boxes that you must click to reveal them. Incorrect answers can be marked as such so the question is transferred to the other team after three incorrect attempts.

You can manually play noises as if from the crowd, such as a win, lose, cheer, and boo noise. 

Note: To download this PowerPoint template in the PPTX format, just put in your email address and place a zero in the "USD" box. Click Continue to have the download link emailed to you.

A Family Feud team screen

Rusnak Creative 

Here's a free Family Feud template that has a ton of bells and whistles that make you feel like you're really in the game.

This Family Feud game is designed for two teams and you can put in as many rounds as you would like. There are sound effects, real-time score updates, and customizable timers. 

As part of this free download, there are also complete instructions on how to edit the game for your needs. You'll also find game instructions if you need a reminder on how to play. 

Screenshot of a yellow PowerPoint template for Family Feud
Attica Middle School

This is another link to a simple Family Feud PowerPoint template that supports only 8 questions, though the graphics are impressive and it does include sound effects.

Aside from the intro slide, there are two slides in this template. As you click each box, the answer is automatically revealed behind it.

Some of this game's text is in a non-English language, but they can obviously be changed with ease.

Screenshot of two people playing Family Feud in a PowerPoint template
Tidy Forms

I like the graphics and sounds in this PowerPoint template. This one has 5 slides by default, each with 5 possible choices for the answer.

The slides are easy to edit as any other Family Feud template from this list, so you can always remove a couple choices from the answers if you don't need all of them.

Screenshot of a black Family Feud PowerPoint template with fireworks
Get Smart Games

This PPT template is extremely simple, so there aren't any fun buttons, sounds, or Family Feud-specific graphics. Since each answer has its own slide, they're very easy to change.

Because the answer slides appear right after the question, the teams must guess all the answers at once before revealing the answer slide, else all the answers will reveal at once.

A slide in the Class Feud template

 Culpepper Online

This free Family Feud template appropriately called "Class Feud" is a simple template that gives you greater flexibility for adding as many questions as you'd like.

Be sure to check out the other templates here too, which includes Celebrity Squares, Jeopardy, Millionaire, Chain Reaction, and Weakest Link.