You can find lots of great questions just by googling “family feud questions” on the internet. In order to display the questions, you can hand-write them on poster boards and cover the answers with strips of paper until they are guessed correctly. If you’re computer savvy, another option would be to create a PowerPoint slideshow with the questions. Whatever you decide to do, make sure the host has the answer key for each question on note cards.
Here is a run-down of the BASIC rules, in case you don’t already know: The questions are based on surveys given to 100 people. The top six answers are on the board (covered up), and each answer is worth different amount of points, depending on how many people gave that answer. (If 45 people answered “A”, it would be worth 45 points). Each family member is given about 20 seconds to guess one answer. If they don’t guess or make a wrong guess in that time, they get a strike. 3 strikes, and it’s the other family’s turn. But if they guess all the answers before they reach 3 strikes, they win the round. You can decide how many rounds you want to do, and the family with the most points wins! For more in-depth rules go here