Sharpen Your Knife Skills
Learn some basic techniques for safer and slicker use of a chef's knife. Try them out tonight by helping your family cook dinner.
Make a Device-Free Dinner
Prepare a meal for your family, and then enjoy it together. The catch: All devices should be locked away.
The Art of a Good Interview
Boost your citizen-journalist skills with this brief intro to interviewing. Then practice by interviewing a family member, either in person or by phone or video.
Keeping the Peace During a Pandemic
Cooped up with family or friends? Consider ways to carve out some privacy for yourself and respect those you live with.
Behind the Scenes in the Tesla Factory
Find out how the Tesla Model S is made with a tour of this state-of-the-art factory.
Create (or write) something that represents your background and culture. Interview family members for extra help with details and perspectives.
Peek into the White House
Take a tour of the West Wing of the White House in sign language. See just what the president's 45-second commute looks like.
Pass the Appreciation
Gather the family in a circle. Grab a ball or a pillow, toss it to someone, and say something you appreciate about them. Keep it going!
Healthy Meals Remix
Choose three of your family's favorite meals, and see if there's an even healthier spin you can put on them. More veggies? Less salt? Try your new recipe!
Call an Elder
Call a grandparent, a neighbor, or a friend of the family to check in on them and make their day. Maybe tell them a joke!
Thinking About Traditions
Write down your family traditions, whether they're for holidays, birthdays, or other special reasons. Are there new traditions you'd like to create?
I'd Like to Toast …
The next time your family gets together, take a minute to toast each other. What specific things do you appreciate about each person?