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Intentional Moment:

What's Your Favorite Game

It is a fun way to gain a picture of your child in as many ways as you want. Ask questions of their favorite movie, book, song, color, animal, clothes, games etcetera. It is interesting to compare answers over time-age as they grow and experience more of life. There are specific templates to log these answers if you want to come back to their answers over time.

What's Your Favorite Game

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How well do you know your family? How well do you know your child? As my children have grown and changed it is fun to see the difference in their interest the more they experience the world. Where do they get inspiration? Stimulation? How does it change with school and life milestones? This moment can allow progressive knowledge of your family. It is fun for them to ask about you. They may know you as their dad, but not much before that occurred! Give them opportunities to put you on the spot and gain comparison of what you like versus theirs. Finding out these answers and interests can lead to other forms of fostering your child's interest and or activity ideas for birthdays, weekends, learning, and many other uses to help your child grow and experience the world.

The link below is to and their "Favorite Thing Writing Worksheets" that are available for download.

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Learning Your Child, Quality Time
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