A dad introduced Dungeons & Dragons to kids as a way to connect during COVID. Now, they can’t get enough of the role playing game.
When COVID-19 quarantine hit, I employed three ideas that succeeded in helping our family stay physically active and healthy.
Like in Jenga, we must learn from our COVID schooling mistakes so we can repair this fragile tower and rebuild it better.
It’s too tempting to let kids just sit in front of a screen these days. A father explains his methods of getting them to play outside.
The rolling, the changing of armies, the decision making — the game Risk can be just interminable. Unless you have the luck of the roll.
My son knows he’s better than me at video games. But I also know when to ask for help before that giant spider thing almost eats my face.