Mothers day ideas - Mother Child
This Mother's Day Game idea makes a great
activity to encourage mother-child
communication, especially among teens
Invite mothers to the Sunday School classroom. Temporarily
separate the mothers and the children or youth. The teacher
asks some planned questions to the group of mothers and
each mother is expected to try and guess the answer her
child/teen will give to each question. Answers are written on a
large piece of cardboard or a piece of paper that can later be
held high for everyone to see.
Bring the mothers and children/youth back together.
Assign point values for each question in which the
parent successfully guessed the child’s answer. You can
also reverse roles for the next set of questions and have
the kids try to predict their mother’s answer. The
mother-child with the most points wins a prize.
Some sample questions
“Most common thing you fight over?”
“You are most alike in what characteristic?”
“What is your favorite activity together?”
“What is the funniest thing that happened when
you were together?” “What is one music group you
could listen to and both enjoy?”
“What is a television show you watch together?”
The parent and child answer the questions on an
index card, without talking to each other or
having any type of collaboration at all on answers
Makes a great activity to encourage
especially among teens.
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