Figure out what your family needs, and plan to fulfill the need together. For example, you could choose to tidy the house all together, as a team.
Choose a day of the week and time when everyone is at home. Let the children draw up the tidiness plan. Allot work to each member of the family, and take the lead in making the house as clean and neat as possible.
Each child can choose a different task with every child given a chance to lead a specific task while the rest of the family follows.
It’s fun, and helps the children learn about teamwork and leadership. And it provides the family a chance to bond while doing something that needs to be done.
Sapna is trying to make a banner but seems to have gotten all her letters mixed up. Can you help her set them right in the new banner below?
On to Oregon
This captivating book by Honore Morrow is about the dangerous, but exciting journey of the teenage John Sager and his six younger siblings who cross the treacherous Oregon trail.
Suddenly orphaned after they start out, the narrative unfolds with young John Sager assuming all family responsibilities and taking the lead to get his siblings including an infant, across the border. How they brave it out and how John’s firm yet gentle leadership keeps the children going is what the story is about.