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Interpersonal Gift-Boosting Activities

  • Back to the Basics with Hopscotch, Twister, and Dominoes
    These games require children to interact with each other as they negotiate rules, take turns, correct, and challenge one another.

  • Talking about Teasing
    Teasing is a normal part of human relationships. Recognizing degrees of teasing and learning to cope with hurtful teasing help your kids have stronger relationships with others.

  • Family Tree Interviews
    Interviewing an older relative is a perfect way to help your kids gain conversation skills. The interviewer learns to listen and to really pay attention to what the other person has to say.

  • A Family Sticks Together
    Learning how to get along and work with others begins at home. Here's storyteller Odds Bodkin's way of teaching this lesson to his sons.

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