Interpersonal Gift-Boosting Activities
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.
This activity, based on the popular folk tale, is an ideal way to teach children how to work with others. Kids can plan and make a meal or do something for the needy.
Starting a book club with parents and kids is a great way to share a common interest and learn how to make group decisions.
Board games are a great way for kids to spend time with friends and family. The added benefit: They learn how to win or lose gracefully, take turns, negotiate rules, and challenge each other.
Kids are never too young or too old to lend a hand. Help them discover how they can make a difference to others.