Questions 4 Kids

Question 4 Kids, Week of January 15

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For this week’s questions, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King’s inspiring legacy, make hard choices about winning and losing and decide what we’d want to do in the circus. Have fun with them!

Monday:
What do you think Martin Luther King meant when he wrote, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that”?

Tuesday:
Have you ever had a dream that you wish would really happen? What was it?

Wednesday:
If someone was going to make a statue in your honor, but it had to be made of an unusual material, what material should they use?

Thursday:
If there was one game you could win every time and one game you had to lose every time, what two would you pick?

Friday:
What would you do if the chair you were sitting in suddenly started floating?

Saturday:
If you run away to join the circus what act would you do and why?

Sunday:
Would you rather be able to change the future or the past?

Bonus:
If you teeth could be made out of anything what would they be made out of? Submitted by Grace Anne (7)

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Mckenna Saady is a staff writer and digital content lead for ParentsTogether. Before working for nonprofits such as the Human Rights Campaign and United Way, Mckenna spent nearly a decade as a child care provider and Pre-K teacher. Originally from Richmond, VA, she now lives in Philadelphia and writes poetry, fiction, and children’s literature in her spare time.