Lehua Kyllikki. kids. August 31st , 2017.
In 2004, I bought several ocarinas while on a visit to Taiwan. I was impressed by how easy the ocarina was to pick up and play. So we began teaching it at the St. Louis School of Music. It turned out to be a perfect fit.
The first step we've taken is to put a white board and cork boards up in the kids bedroom.....along with a set in the main living area. This way each day I can put a list of things for them to get done by a certain time....this has been a challenge in our house. We've also attached a card with a short list of everyday things that need to be done. I've found that writing things down helps on the frustraion level of getting my kids to help out and they know what is expected without me having to re-tell them.
Younger ones will probably need help. Someone picks a letter, say B, then says, "I prefer..." He picks a foodstuff and a reason why he likes it beginning with B. So the first person may prefer butter because it's brilliant, and the next player may choose baked beans because they make you burp! Go around the table before changing the letter for a new round. Announce your tastes in your finest faux French chef accent for extra laughs.
The fun in collecting these Squishies is very much reminiscent to that of collecting 90s toys like Tamagochi, beanie babies, action figures, and such. But Squishies are a whole lot cheaper to collect.
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