|My cute nephew.|
My friend posted this fun idea on Facebook and I asked her if I could share it. I love it! She has candy in each of these jars with word cards attached to the front of each jar. Every time a speaker at General Conference says one of these words, the listener gets a candy. Brilliant! I've added pictures of friends' and family's application of this idea as well.
I am running out to the store to buy some candy tonight so we can do this in our family. I have teenagers so I will add in some other jars with key words that I'd like them to listen for. Way to make things fun.
We also take notes using a form that I created a few years ago. Click HERE to see the form.
By the way, this idea could be altered for other educational purposes. For instance, if your child is learning sight words or certain vocabulary words, you could make jars like this for when they are reading a book. If someone is concerned about loading their kids up on sugar, they could put healthier snacks in the jars like pretzels, nuts, dried fruit, low-sugar cereal, carrots, etc. (although candy or cash would work much better on my kiddos LOL).