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!
In this game, players chain together words that describe the earth and it’s creatures. Use this chain to help you get started.
Mountain – Stream - River – Rock - Sand – Ocean
Maybe your mountain was connected to a forest instead of a stream? Or start with another word.
This mountain stream will flow into a river.
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Play kitchen table abc's
I had forgotten to pick up the orange juice my son always likes to drink for breakfast. When I got home and realized that I needed to apologize to him for forgetting, I decided that just saying, "I forgot", didn't seem good enough. I needed someone else to blame.
So I said, "I'm sorry I forgot your orange juice. There were so many shoppers gathered around the cold cases that I went another direction. If I had passed the refrigerated items, I would have seen the o.j. and remembered you were out."
Notice in the above example, how finding someone else to blame seemed to make it easier for me to say I goofed. It is like saying I made a boo-boo, but it wasn't really my fault. Can you think of times when you might have used a scapegoat to make yourself appear less blameworthy?
Sorry I forgot to buy more orange juice.
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Alex's Mystery Picture?