Friday October 9
Chapter Two: Humor-The
I mentioned this before, but it is also in my book.
"Silly Sentences" is a fun way to bring Humor
to the dinner table.
1) Your child/children
will bring home a vocabulary list.
2) If you have more than one child and several lists designate one
list per meal.
3) Take the first word from the list and present its meaning to all at the table.
Then everyone present gets to make up funny sentences with that word.
can be as silly or outrageous as everyone would like,
as long as the word stays true
to its meaning.
5) Go through the entire list of words.
One of the added advantages of playing "Silly Sentences" is that kids actually remember
They might grin or chuckle during a quiz, but you can explain why at the parent/teacher conference.
Also, if anyone has had a bad hair day,
using words and humor is a good stress reliever.
can become a tradition and something to put in the Memory Chest Collecting Good Memories
Silly Sentences can be played any time--
food,, driving, bath time-
all you need is your child and the list.
So, have a fun weekend ‘talkin
See you next week when H20 to Go! gets
on the road.
I will be spending a lot of time
on Perspective from Grade School
through Middle School.
Here we go-on the road to Optimism,
and Emotional Maturity.