Friday, November 4, 2011

Serious Play

Play Hard...Work Hard
Families playing together is as important as working together.
Communication, Team Work, Support, and 
vital social skills are developed while playing games. 
Those who learn how to play make better students, employers, family members, friends, and all around well- adjusted people. I am thankful for the many years of playing family games.
 We played the Dime in the Flour game
 Fun family memories.

Work hard, play hard, create memories, build skills, be a good sport, 
and create a strong family.


Xina said...

Dime in a Flour? PLEASE tell me of this game! It looks fun!

the Rowleys said...

I remember that game, oh... it has been too long since I played it!