Celebrated in November
National Family Week in the United States takes place the week of American Thanksgiving. It was first officially proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan on November 19, 1987. It is also a recognized celebration in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.
Encourage all family members to tell stories about your family history. Have the oldest member tell a story about a major family event, and then ask the youngest members to re-tell it. This is a great way to build vocabulary, language and analytical skills. For other ideas...
First of all, children who spend quality time with their loved ones have self-confidence. They are more sociable because they sense that their parents value them. Also, kids with self-esteem find it easy to build relationships.