kids. Thursday , February 16th , 2017 - 16:33:18 PM
Do you pay attention to that voice inside your head? I am not talking about auditory hallucinations here. I am referring to the things we say to ourselves everyday. That continuous chatter of our inner dialogues that typically never stops unless we actively meditate.
Ah....candy! There is nothing better than a holiday where you get to dress up, be silly and get rewarded for your creative efforts with good old fashioned candy in a bucket (or bag). As the years have passed, the times of homemade popcorn balls, candied apples and rice krispy treats as Halloween treats seems to have pretty much faded. There are still some that do that, but it is usually given to children they know personally, not to everyone like they used. Make sure to remind your kids that no matter how tempting it may be to munch away while they continue the trek from house to house, to wait until they get home so that the treats can be inspected and questionable pieces thrown away.
4. Encourage teamwork -- Set up situations that will require teamwork; whether that is team sports, team chores, or team planning. They situations should include activities where respectful communication and cooperation are necessary to get the job done.
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