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Interpersonal Gift-Boosting Activities

  • 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.

  • Parent and Kid Book Club
    Starting a book club with parents and kids is a great way to share a common interest and learn how to make group decisions.

  • Volunteer Time
    Kids are never too young or too old to lend a hand. Help them discover how they can make a difference to others.

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