Conversations for the Family – On a scale of 1 to 10, how strict are the parents in our family? What is the ideal number? Can you list the most important rules in our family? What are they?
Activities 15 – Conversations for the Family – What three words do you think best describe our family? What is your favorite family tradition?
Wash your hands, Motivate kids -The Pan American Health Organization has just released a Baby Shark video [Cartoon] where the lil’ predator adapts its song to teach kids how to wash their hands to stay healthy during the pandemic.
You can do this for fun at home or enter it in a contest. The following questions are for inspiration for your art work, it is not required you answer one of these questions you are welcome to submit any art work you would like to share. What does the world look or feel like today?
Your relationship with your spouse or friend or child/ren (Part 2 ) – If we had a special day together what would you want to do? Do I ever embarrass you? What are the most important things I have taught you?
Your relationship with your spouse or friend or child, What is your favorite thing about our relationship? What is your least favorite thing about our relationship?
What one thing that you did in the past would you like to change if you could have a do-over? What makes you feel better when you’re upset? What do you worry about the most?
In the next pandemic- Oh NO! Who would you want in your isolation house and why? If you were invisible where would you go and what would you do? If you could go back in time and give your younger self advice, what would you tell yourself?
Choose – The great realisation – The story of how it started, and why hindsight’s 2020 or another one on the web site that sounds interesting. May be try a tale of two mindsets.
The idea for this activity is fairly old and also is found in several cultures including the Japanese Haiku. Recently the Winnipeg Free Press asked people to take part in The Six-word Challenge. The idea is to convey a story, about an event using just 6 words. For Winnipeg the challenge was to write about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Background: It’s just a conversation, where you practice listening and enjoying your child or the other person. This is a process of working out views and understanding each other better because they have the opportunity to express themselves. The most important take-away for your child or the other person feeling heard, seen and valued.
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