I don't talk a lot about my family on this blog. But I'm going to today. I have four children. Two girls and two boys. The girls are 7 and 8 and the boys are (almost)3 and 4. They are all healthy, happy, children. Perfectly normal children. And by perfectly normal, I mean loud, silly, obnoxious, blunt and occasionally awkward. But they are kids and they are still learning. We have really been working on the whole choice and consequences thing. Like, if you do your chores, your mom won't yell at you. Over and over again.
The game was created by Lisa Maylee and Stacy Buck in 2002 after realizing that over 3 million children between the ages of 6 and 21 have a learning disability. They developed their game to help develop social skills and behavioral management. The amazing thing about it, is that even though it was created with learning disablities and special needs in mind, it turns out that it teaches skills that all kids need. It helps build vocabulary and social skills. Something that your average kid needs every day.
It's a fun way to learn those lessons. My kids liked it so much better than being yelled at, lectured, or rebuked. It was kind of hard for them to find matches when we played memory style, but much more fun game show style.
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