Sometimes, Mom talks about organizing, and then leading focus groups for her
. At first, I thought focus groups might be just for older kids or parents. But, Mom and I talked about it, and then we worked together to write some for kids - like me and you. Focus groups help us learn together and teach each other, too. They inspire kids like us to share our ideas, keep a conversation on topic, listen to each other, take turns talking, respect others’ ideas, and get creative. (What's better than all that in ONE activity?!)
In Focus Groups Volume 1, you'll discover: Pretzel Tasting, Ink Blot Thoughts, Island of Not-So-Misfit Toys, Pop Crazy (Popcorn tasting).