Babies or Eggs?

Who's Coming To Dinner?

Who's Coming To Dinner?


Name and animal and have your kids guess if it lays eggs or has babies! To help you get started- eggs: alligator, platypus, ostrich and babies: dogs, seals, bats.

Who's Coming To Dinner?

Who's Coming To Dinner?

Who's Coming To Dinner?


Everyone gets to pick one person to come to dinner. This can be anyone! Someone famous or not, from history or the present. Why would you invite them? What would you feed them?

Two Truths and A Tale

Who's Coming To Dinner?

Two Truths and A Tale


Go around the table and take turns sharing two events that really happened that day and one that did not. Who can guess which one is false? Bonus: you will more than likely find out something about their day that they haven't told you!


10 Things I Love About...

Two Truths and A Tale


Go around the table and have each person say at least one "high" (a good thing that happened to them that day) and one "low" (a not-so-good thing that happened to them that day). 

What's in the Sock?

10 Things I Love About...

10 Things I Love About...


One person hides a "secret" object in a clean sock. They pass the sock around the the table and let everyone feel the object on the outside of the sock. Everyone guesses what is in the sock and whoever guesses correctly gets to hid a new object.

10 Things I Love About...

10 Things I Love About...

10 Things I Love About...


Pick a topic and have each person tell 10 different things they love about the chosen topic. Example: 10 things I love about the holiday season. 




Peanut butter folded in a whole-wheat tortilla is the perfect snack when you're running out the door! You can add honey, sliced banana, anything! 


Lite Chocolate Dessert

What you'll need: 

  • 1 box of graham crackers
  • 1 box of sugar free jello pudding, prepared
  • 8 oz container of lite whipped topping


Alternate layers of crumbled graham crackers, chocolate pudding, and lite whipped topping. Chill, serve, and enjoy!

Submitted by Kaylee from Carter County, KY


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Additional Resources


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-270-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line

 A global not-for-profit organization providing free crisis intervention via SMS message. The organization's services are available 24 hours a day every day, throughout the US by texting 741741.

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Talk. They Hear You. 

SAMHSA's underage drinking prevention campaign helps parents and caregivers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol. 

See the Signs, Kentucky is a valuable resource in the detection and prevention of opioid abuse and suicide in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Here, you’ll find guides to recognizing these sometimes subtle signs and direction to immediate assistance. Join Kentucky's fight against opioid addiction and suicide. 

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) for Teens

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)