FREE: Family Dinner Toolkit

Family dinners are important. Research shows that kids in  families that frequently eat together tend to get better grades and are less likely to use alcohol, drugs and tobacco.

Gathering for a meal is more than just eating--it's a time when everyone can gather to talk about what's going on in their lives.

This Family Dinner Toolkit can help you make the time parents and kids spend together count!

What's Included in the Dinner Toolkit:

  • Why Are Family Dinners Important?
  • Making Mealtime Count
  • Planning the Meal Shopping List Rules for Family Dinners Starring Roles
  • Microphone / Placemat 
  • Conversation Table Tent 
  • Dinner Invitation
  • A Quick Family Dinner 
  • The Ultimate Family Dinner Date
  • Keep the Fun Going
  • Other resources to make family meal planning fun and valuable

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