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!
Have you ever had a friend who was sad or in trouble? You wanted to help but you just didn’t know what to do.
When offering support to a friend it is important to remember that the other person must have a lot to think about at the moment. Your quiet presence is might be all that is needed at the time.
As one distraught person said to a bustling, well-meaning friend, “Don’t just do something – sit there!”
Can you think of a time when you received or offered support to a friend or family member?
You are a good friend.
Read another issue of Table Topics
Player One looks around the room and finds something that starts with the letter A. Player Two must find something that starts with the letter B, and so on.
If you encounter a letter that has no visible objects starting with that letter, you must name something else that has a direct relationship with a word that does fit the category.
For example, if your letter was X and there wasn’t an X-ray machine or a xylophone sitting nearby, you could spot the stereo and say, “I might hear xylophone music on the stereo.”
I spy with my little eye, something that starts with the letter 'W'.
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?