Dinner Table Conversation: What Kind Of Message Are Emojis Sending? December 7, 2019

Emojis—they’re fun, right? Just try texting someone without using an emoji; it’s virtually impossible! Why? If you ask us, it’s because an emo

Dinner Table Conversation: Is Four Better Than Five? November 16, 2019

What if your school decided to conduct an experiment … and for a month, students would attend school for four days a week instead of five? What do y

Dinner Table Conversation: Build A Dam Or Save A City? November 1, 2019

Tough question, right? Before we share what one country did, we have to ask the question: What’s the purpose of a dam in the first place? Dams are b

Dinner Table Conversation: Shut It Off Or Keep It On? October 12, 2019

How well would your city function without power or natural gas? Not very well, right? If you think about how you use power in the first three hours of

Dinner Table Conversation: What Makes A Song A Country Song? September 28, 2019

What are some music genres that you know? Pop, classical, hip hop, rock? But what makes a song a hip hop song and not a pop song? It gets even trickie

Dinner Table Conversation: Finders Keepers? September 16, 2019

Visit a museum lately? If so, you probably visited exhibits filled with artifacts and artwork from hundreds or even thousands of years ago. But who is

Dinner Table Conversation: When Do You Know It’s Time To Quit? September 3, 2019

When do you know it’s time to quit? Perhaps it’s when you know you’re too tired or too hungry to think properly. It’s smart to listen to your

Dinner Table Conversation: What Would You Send To The Moon? August 18, 2019

Arch Mission, a nonprofit organization, was tasked with sending a little sample of planet Earth to the moon. That package included 30 million pages ab

Dinner Table Conversation: What Can You Do With A Seesaw? August 3, 2019

What can you do with a seesaw? It might seem like an odd question since at first glance a see-saw is merely a fun piece of playground equipment. But i