How Monday Family Dinners Can Enhance Learning, Quality Family Time and Lead to Healthier Outcomes
Parents and families today are tasked with numerous responsibilities: working and/or caring for children full-time, afterschool activities, homework help, birthday parties and taking children to and from weekend activities. These leave little room for daily activities, such as family dinners. However, families who find the time to shop, cook and eat together may experience a positive long-term impact.
Research shows that there are valuable benefits to cooking and eating dinner as a family each week. Read more at extension.org.