Get the Scoop About Your Kids' Day at School With This Fun Game! by Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Want to hear more about your kids' school day? During dinner we play “Best/Worst/Funniest,” where we all report about our day. Kids open up in part because the conversation happens during a relaxed family time. They feel comfortable because they’re not put on the spot - we’re all sharing.
The "funniest" category guarantees we’ll all be laughing. It’s in the context of Best/Worst/Funniest that we’ve heard about conflicts with friends, success in math, hilarity in gym and anxiety about our upcoming move. It’s a ritual that allows us to check in with each other and keep communication lines open.
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