What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
I don't know about you, but I really take it for granted that when I walk into a dark room and flip a switch, there will be light. I also like being able to turn on a fan if I'm hot, or a heater if I'm cold.
Electricity give us many things. But do you know how it works?
I know I'm using electricity when I see the meter moving.
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Many of you may find this activity difficult, but you could end up with some exciting positive changes as a result. Each person names one thing (behavior) that they would like to see more of from each of the others, and one thing they would like to see less of. To get the most benefit from the exercise, each person should try to name behaviors that have not already been mentioned.
Please take care to word your comments in a positive way. You could say, "I would like to see fewer shoes in the living room." You don't have to say, "I would like to see less slobbiness.
If there is a possibility that someone could get hard feelings, the statements could be made without naming names. Most likely people will recognize themselves through the identified behaviors without hearing their names.
You are really good at getting started on your homework. You might get it done faster and more accurately, however, if you waited to talk on the phone after.
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Alex's Mystery Picture?