Snowballs

Snowballs Have each participant write a fact about themselves on an 8 ½ x 11 white sheet of paper. (Excellent use of scrap paper!) Make sure they know the fact will be shared and used to identify them. Do not put a name on the paper. (Younger participants can draw a...

The Egg, The Carrot, and The Coffee Bean

The Egg, The Carrot, and The Coffee Bean For this activity, you will need a whole, peeled, hard-boiled egg, cooked carrots, and a cup of coffee. Gather the family and talk about resilience. You may need to define adversity and give examples of tough times as a family...

Inspire Your Heart With Art Day

Inspire Your Heart With Art Day Create a piece of art using one of our quotes or use one of your own. Use whatever art form you choose. You could also do something with any of our qualities. Think about doing something you haven’t done before. Be bold. Be confident....

The Big Picture

The Big Picture For this activity, you will need a challenging puzzle that can be assembled by the family. Do not show them the picture of the puzzle but let them be challenged to assemble it based on their skill. If the challenge is too difficult, provide the picture...

Resilience Activities

Resilience Activities   The activities here are fun ways to teach character.  The game aspect makes the lesson more memorable.  Each activity has processing questions at the end.  Without processing the activity, the exercise is just a game.  To make it a...