Is There Any Real Use For A Fun Quiz?

Q. I don’t like my children spending so much time on the computer and playing video games. Can you help me find or develop a fun quiz to stimulate their thinking? A. A fun quiz is an excellent way to keep kids occupied especially during the vacation months when learning takes a hiatus. The key to designing a fun quiz is to keep the subjects relevant to things that interest your children while managing to stretch the limits of their knowledge. A fun quiz does not have to be so easy that it’s seen as a joke, nor does it have to be boring. Here’s an example: Let’s say that one of your children enjoys playing with American Girl dolls …

This superfood has the longest shelf life ever (it will outlast you)

Guys, I can’t help but share with you what I found today. This lost food has just recently been unearthed by NASA scientists 🔥🔥🔥 Realizing its potential to resist extreme conditions, they’ve started giving away rations of it to our astronauts during their month-long space missions. And the best part is that you can make it at home right now and add it to your food stockpiles. >> How to make NASA’s superfood at home << PS: I almost forgot to mention all of its other benefits such as increasing energy, boosting immunity, improving bone health and much, much more. Find out everything you need to know right here.

Garage Sale – A Fun Way To Make Quick Cash

Garage sale is a great way to get rid of unwanted items, plus make some money. Everybody accumulates the kind of stuff that other people are searching for and are willing to buy. If you have lots of stuff you no longer use or want, consider having a garage sale. There is no reason to go on storing items you’ll never use. You can make good money by holding a garage sale. Holding a garage sale provides an outlet for unwanted items, which other people are looking for, and will pay good money for. Examples of such items are: furniture items, toys, vacuum sweepers, lawn mowers, jewelry, baseball cards, camping equipment, drinking glasses, dishes, dolls, salt and pepper shakers, coins, …

Coaching Basketball Is Not Always Fun And Games

I wound up volunteering to coach basketball, a game I new nearly nothing about. Shortly after I wound up with the job, a parent approached me and asked what sort of coaching style I was going to use. After I managed to clear up the blank look on my face and stammer out some lame answer, I drove quickly to the privacy of my own home to avoid any more questions, and thus, not let my inexperience be known, for I knew after that question that I was in way over my head. At the time I was probably more suited to coach football, but basketball was what I was dealt. A buddy of mine who had played basketball in …