These resources support parents as they live out and engage our themes with their children. Playing off our monthly theme question of “What does it mean to be a people of Possibility?”, we invite parents to ask “What does it mean to be a parent of Possibility” or “What does it mean to be a family of Possibility?”
Each month we will provide a list of table topics which are questions based on the monthly theme that will open up discussion during meal times, family time or just time of contemplation. The first dozen questions are at a higher level but most can be re-framed for younger children. The last half dozen or so questions are framed to be more kid friendly. You can find the
Possibility Table Topics here
. Print them out and have them available or cut the questions into strips and place them in a table topic jar.
Family Adventure Ideas
Practice the Possibility of kindness and love with this calendar of family activities, one for each day from Mid-January until Valentine’s Day.
Create a New Year’s Resolution together
Focus on the Possibilities….
One thing I want to learn more about…
One thing I want to stop being afraid of…
I want to improve my …
I want to spend more time….
I want to spend less time…
I want to be more…
“Sorry! is marketed for two to four players, ages six and older. The game title comes from the many ways in which a player can negate the progress of another, while issuing an apologetic "Sorry!" - from the game description
Practice your humility as you are jumped over and sent back in this classic board game.
Books To Read Together
by Lynea Gillen (Author), Kristina Swarner (Illustrator)
“A colorful picture book that will warm the hearts of children and adults alike, each of its pages contain endearing examples and vibrant illustrations to inspire children to grow into grateful, caring, and giving people. It provides a wonderful way to calm children before sleep, ease their fears, and help them develop an appreciation for good work.” - Amazon
Theme Connection: We believe in the possibility of good in all people.
By David Levithan
A remarkable book for youth that celebrates the possibility of the impossible.