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Keeping kids at the table longer is a great way to get more out of the ritual of family dinner. These easy games and activities turn your average family dinner into a party, and help create lasting memories.
Before or after dinner, gather up some construction paper, markers and tape, and make a chore chart with your family. Check out our chore
Create your own place-mat art! All it takes is some blank, paper, pens, and imagination.
Pick one person to be the leader. The Leader begins tapping a beat on the table (or clapping). The others around the table begin tapping or
This is a fun and easy project to do around Thanksgiving, or any time. You’ll need: Apples Toothpicks Cheerios Raisins Baby
Book babble will get you and yours babbling about books over some delicious dessert (say that ten times fast). So, you eat dinner. Then e
Before dinner or during dessert, have your kids make Valentine’s Day cards out of construction paper. They could be for other family membe
After you’ve shared your real resolutions with each other, have fun with our Mad Libs-style resolutions. Fill in the blanks with suggestio
Give everyone two slips of paper, and have them write down two things that they’re thankful for (these can be silly or serious!). Place th
You’ll need a pencil and paper for this game. One person should volunteer to go first. At the top of the paper, have person number 1 wri