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!
If you have a spelling list around, you can use those words to build your word relationships. Otherwise, just take turns naming a word to build relationships with.
As an example, let's take the word light. Player One could say:
Player Two might say:
The word light makes me think of a traffic signal.
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Fun with slogans
Often children and teenagers become frustrated by adult limitations. "It's for your own good," can be hard to hear most of the time. Recent studies in brain research show reasons why younger brains are less capable of making decisions than adult brains.
Okay, even with this knowledge, being told no is still hard to take. Turn it into a scientific study of your own. Keep a journal of the situations in which an adult has the final say. As time goes by, review some of the situations and reflect on any changes in attitude or circumstances regarding the decision.
One day I'll be big enough to tell YOU no!
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