Connect with your family without breaking the bank.
When you dreamed of having a family you pictured outings, adventures, laughing around the kitchen table. But then the kids actually came and most of the time you’re too busy trying to keep up to figure out how to create a magical, screen-free environment where everyone feels loved, is having fun, and can connect. That’s why 52 Uncommon Family Adventures was written, it helps you do just that, without all the hassle and stress.
Whether it’s a family pillow fight, a lip-sync competition, or Toilet Paper Olympics, give your family the gift of lifelong memories while having fun, connecting spiritually, and speaking each other’s love languages. Enjoy all the benefits of the quality time you dreamed of without all the pressure of advanced planning.
Put down the phones, turn off the TV, and start making some memories together today.
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Randy Southern’s book 52 Uncommon Family Adventures presents a wealth of ideas for getting family away from their computer screens in order to have fun as a family. This book gives creative ways to enjoy spending time together in ways that create memories.
Some of the ideas of the presented include a Volunteer Day, Mirror Games, Switching Rooms and more. Each adventure includes a section with directions for getting ready along with directions for the actual adventure time as well as Family Devotions and the Love Language of the Day.
The directions for getting ready will allow families to be sure they have the necessary items to complete the given activity. The variety of activities allows families to select something they can do regardless of the preparation time available. I see this being the perfect thing to print out or write out the adventures and throw them into a jar and then let children select the adventure a few days in advance. Doing this will allow the parents to secure any necessary items needed or make decisions about what location to use. Adventures like a good old-fashioned pillow fight require no money and very little preparation. On the other hand, doing the lip-sync video may require more preparation. For the “Something Borrowed” adventure, preparation is needed to allow times to borrow items from family or friends.
The Family Devotion Section includes a passage of Scripture to reference along with ideas of what to talk about regarding the passage. One thing I really like about this section is how only the passage reference is given. Families then are able to use whatever Bible translation they are familiar and comfortable with personally.
The Love Language of the Day provides a glimpse into what type of person with the given primary love language who will benefit from the activity. So for example, some people prefer words of affirmation to let them know they are loved. Other people need to receive gifts in order to see they are loved. Still, others need to spend quality time together in order to know they are loved. So with a variety of activities in the book, families can pick and choose activities that address the variety of love languages.
Personally, I feel this is an excellent book for families who are looking for creative ways to spend time together in order to make lasting and meaningful memories.
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