Would You Rather Game Book for Kids: 500 Hilarious Questions, Silly Scenarios and Challenging Choices the Whole Family Will Love by Jenny Moore audiobook

Would You Rather Game Book for Kids: 500 Hilarious Questions, Silly Scenarios and Challenging Choices the Whole Family Will Love

By Jenny Moore
Read by Courtney Encheff

Author's Republic 9781989635650
2.23 Hours 1
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The 500 Questions You Never Knew That You Wanted to Ask Your Family ...And the Ways These Can Help for a Magical Bonding Experience How well do you know your family or friends? Oh, you think you’re an expert? If so, can you answer this question: would your best friend prefer they had hair all over their body or no hair at all? This one got you, didn’t it? The right questions can help you learn so much about the people you love and (think) you know well. In today’s busy world, families and loved ones don’t really get to spend a lot of time together. When they do, some will potentially be stuck in front of the smartphone or television screen. According to a study by market-research group, Nielsen American adults spend more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening to or simply interacting with media. Kids and teens age 8 to 18 spend an average of more than seven hours a day looking at screens. That’s no way to communicate and bond. Spending quality time together as a family is important in more than one way: It is one of the primary tools for building your kid’s self-esteem - You can encourage positive behaviors, even if you act in a silly way together or play a game - Family time actually strengthens performance in school - And let’s face it – you’ll be creating memories to last you a lifetime - Last but not least, you don’t need hi-tech and numerous devices to make family time fun - It takes very little to unleash the powerful imagination kids possess. A single question will often do it. Scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button for a chance to get to know your loved ones in a way you considered unfathomable before.

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The 500 Questions You Never Knew That You Wanted to Ask Your Family
...And the Ways These Can Help for a Magical Bonding Experience
How well do you know your family or friends?
Oh, you think you’re an expert?
If so, can you answer this question: would your best friend prefer they had hair all over their body or no hair at all?
This one got you, didn’t it?
The right questions can help you learn so much about the people you love and (think) you know well.
In today’s busy world, families and loved ones don’t really get to spend a lot of time together. When they do, some will potentially be stuck in front of the smartphone or television screen.
According to a study by market-research group, Nielsen American adults spend more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening to or simply interacting with media. Kids and teens age 8 to 18 spend an average of more than seven hours a day looking at screens.
That’s no way to communicate and bond.
Spending quality time together as a family is important in more than one way:
It is one of the primary tools for building your kid’s self-esteem
- You can encourage positive behaviors, even if you act in a silly way together or play a game
- Family time actually strengthens performance in school
- And let’s face it – you’ll be creating memories to last you a lifetime
- Last but not least, you don’t need hi-tech and numerous devices to make family time fun
- It takes very little to unleash the powerful imagination kids possess.
A single question will often do it.
Scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button for a chance to get to know your loved ones in a way you considered unfathomable before.

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Author Bio: Jenny Moore

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction
Runtime: 2.23
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English