We have Board games. Our fav. is It's ok to be smart Brain Quest. You pick a subject category ( Science,English, math,grab bag,us history,geography)or you can play the hole card. You can make team or by your self. Example: sarah picked english: the question is It's a green vegetable. Is it spelled broccoli or brocolli we like it anserwer are on the next card. If they get it wrong exercise to get to the next turn.View Thread
I found a classroom size chalk board at a rummage sale for $5.00 All the kids love it. School might even be getting rid of some so keep aa ear out , with all the new tech stuff in schools to day they dont use them much. Also instead of a lemonade stand a hot coco stand for the teens on halloween night. or could be apple cider. Just food for thought.(young children would need parental help with the hot stuff.)View Thread
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