Friday, March 14, 2014

Thriverly

I have something new to share with you. It's called Thriverly. It's a free site. What I love about it is that it's not just for parents, it's a site for parents and their children. You go through a series of questions, and your child answers which category they fit into. I learned a lot about Mica through Thriverly.

Thriverly helps you to discover your child's strengths and opens doors to curated activities and videos. They are recommendations based on your child's unique strengths and interests.

Thrively will start recommending activities based off your child’s strengths and interests.  

You’ll also see upcoming seasonal activities and the newest activities in your area. I don't know about you, but I'm always on the search to keep my kids occupied, happy, and engaging their little minds.



These are some examples of questions that they have:

Q: It is pretty easy for me to wait my turn, or even let someone go in front of me in line (yes, even in an amusement park).

A: Not very often 

Q: If a genie granted me a wish...

A: I would wish to be the President of the United States of America

Q: My friends look to me to be the leader in our group...

A: Always
Q: Which of the following is most true for you?

A: I love to read

Q: Which statement is most true for you?

A: I love to wing with a microphone in front of people and would most likely be the first to pick a song.

The questions really helped me to get to understand my son. I think I'm able to answer many of the questions for him, but some I couldn't. It's a conversation builder between parents and their kids.

In a busy society, full of gadgets, it's important to me to take time out to have a conversation with my kids.



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2 comments:

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That sounds like a good way to find out more about your kids thoughts.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I like the concept of this. I think it's a great tool to use as a conversation starter between you and your kids!

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