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Alphabetizing – Your Table

Play round-robin style naming the objects (food included) on your table in alphabetical order.  Player one must find the item that would appear first in a dictionary.  Player two finds the next object, player three the following, etc.

Did somebody miss something?  Start over from the beginning (start with a different player this time).

dinner table

Make an alphabetical list of the things on your table. Don't forget the dishes!

Mind-Stretching Brain Games

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Remembering the funny things we said as small children

Communication – Word Pictures

It can be very hard sometimes to understand what another person is feeling.  Words that create a visual image can make it much easier to relate.

  • My brain activity is more like radio static than thoughts until I've been awake for at least an hour.
  • When you told me you liked my story, it was if the room had suddenly been filled with fragrant roses.
  • Picture a huge iridescent bubble floating through the air.  Suddenly the wind comes up, a sharp branch whips into the bubble and it is burst.  That is how I feel when someone tries to start a conversation with me when I am in the middle of singing a song.

Make up some more of your own.

what are you thinking

I just can't picture what you are saying.

Using descriptive language

Alex's Mystery Picture

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Alex's Mystery Picture?

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