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!
Player One starts by naming an object and then naming a category into which
that object fits. Player One then names a second category under which the same
object can be classified.
Player Two names a second object that can fit into the last category named by Player One and then a new category for this object.
Continue building the category chain.
Water is a liquid, but it is also clear.
My drinking glass is clear, but it is also a cylinder.
A stovepipe is a cylinder, but it is also part of a house.
A cylindrical glass of clear liquid water
Read another issue of Table Topics
Have you read any good books lately?
Make up a sentence that describes a situation. Use this example
if you wish.
* The fireworks were awesome.
Now challenge each other to describe the thought using words that draw on your senses to create a more complete mental picture. Think of what you might feel, taste, see, hear, or smell.
* The boom of the exploding fireworks shook the ground.
* The vibrant colors lit up the sky.
The dazzle and sparkle gave me goosebumps
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?