That’s A Tough One

That’s A Tough One For this activity you will need puzzle pieces that do not connect to one another. If you prefer, you can work on a difficult logic puzzle. Visit https://gizmodo.com/can-you-solve-the-10-hardest-logic-puzzles-ever-created-1064112665 for ideas....

Chase the Ace

Chase the Ace This exercise requires that you set up two decks of cards ahead of time. One deck should be in the order of suits and values and the other deck should be completely shuffled with some cards even being turned around. Recruit two volunteers and provide...

The Gift

The Gift Gather the family and show them a beautifully wrapped package with a large bow on top. Pick one of the children to give it to and ask them to come forward and open it. When the child stands up, suddenly pretend that you shouldn’t give the gift. Be fearful and...

Fairness Toss

Fairness Toss Create a throwing competition, like the cornhole game, where each child has their own item to throw.  If you don’t have different colored bean bags, find a small toy such as different colored Legos.  The target can be a laundry basket, bucket, Hoola...

Flexibility and the Flip-Flop

Flexibility and the Flip-Flop For this activity, you will need flip flops that are too small for you to comfortably wear but that are large enough that you can get your foot in without breaking the sandal. You will also need a jacket that is too large for one of the...

Service Dog

Service Dog Start this activity with a discussion on how a blind person uses a service dog to guide them and to keep them from running into anything. For this activity, one family member will be blindfolded and another family member will act as the service dog. You...