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!
Take turns making up money problems for each other to solve.
Here is an example to get you started:
I put $5.00 of gas in my car and buy a fruit juice for $1.09. I give the clerk a twenty-dollar bill. How much change should I get back?
Answer: The total of my purchases was $6.09. I should get $13.91 back, so you would need to tell me that I get 1 ten-dollar bill, 3 one-dollar bills, 3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny. Make the questions as easy or as hard as necessary to make it fun and challenging for everyone!
Did I get the right amount of change?
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Pass on Your Life-Experience Lessons to Others
Player One starts by naming a noun:
Player Two names a verb:
Player Three adds an adverb to modify the verb:
Player Four starts with a new noun.
What adverb would you use to describe how the children eat?
Children eat slurpily when they are eating noodles!
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?