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!
Motivation is important for learning. What motivates you? If you aren't sure, look at the activities you choose during your free time.
Now look at a subject in which you wish to increase your learning. Match an activity that uses your best motivators with a learning skill.
If you like cooking and trying new foods you can scale recipes or calculate nutritional information to improve math skills. Reading can be improved by reading cookbooks or cooking magazines. A better understanding of science can explain why baking soda makes a fluffy cake.
So, choose a motivator and brainstorm ways to put learning into your favorite activities.
I like music, so I put the things I want to remember into a song.
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Animals With Hooves
Suppose there are tiny pointy-eared elves living in your home. Describe some of the tricks they play when you aren't looking. Also name the kind deeds they perform for you to discover, like treasure.
The elf tricked our teacher and gave us a treasure.
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?