Most of the submissions have descriptions of how/why the activity works, tips for success and things to watch out for when presenting the activity. Like the submission on scarf juggling which seems straightforward; but it may be frustrating and hard to do, and an effective activity leader will use that as part of the experience.
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A Letter to You From Your Loved One
A powerful, beautiful activity for greiving children/teens is to have them write a letter as if it is from the person who died. Use the following prompts to help jumpstart writing. This is an activity that can be used year-round and with adults as well. Click HERE for a PDF of this activity
Family Holiday Activity: Memory Stocking or Gift Box
Holidays can be overwhelming after a loved one has died. Since everyone is probably thinking about him or her anyway, this activity offers a great way to acknowledge the person who has died and allow a time of remembrance. Click HERE for a PDF of this activity