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Mothballs in My Attic
Questions designed to stimulate memories

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Price: $19.95

Product Code: 2240

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Mothballs in My Attic

Mothballs in My Attic is a unique fill-in-the-blank workbook that is a great curriculum for group settings. If you want to encourage conversation with your residents, this is the resource that will surpass resources that you are currently using due to the nature of the questions and how within all of us are our childhood experiences.

In your group setting your group participants will travel back in time to a place that gives them comfort and within the group shared experiences. The pages are thought-provoking, simple questions designed to stimulate memories of childhood days, family life and growing up.

Journey into the past with ONE word answers that will trigger thoughts, smells, and images. A wonderful tool for small group gatherings, life review and prompts for conversation, the book will encourage smiles and memories. Each participant will have their own book to treasure and to pass on as a family heirloom!
(Author: Cindy O'Neill)


Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 > Write a review and receive 10% off!

4 of 5 August 11, 2020
Reviewer: Ellie Nocito from Meadowbrook, PA United States  
Pleased with product

4 of 5 April 12, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous from Lithia Springs, GA United States  
Great conversation starter.  Many things in it referred to more recent generations than baby boomers.

4 of 5 Mothballs September 28, 2017
Reviewer: Annette Huang from Auckland, Auckland New Zealand  
I've been working through this book with my 95 year old mother, a page or 2 at a time. It has been fun and we have enjoyed discussing old memories, and it's a great way to fill in time during a visit to the resthome. I didn't give 4 stars because it has an American slant and doesn't really cater for times before the 1950s/60s. An edition that covers the first half of the 20th century would be great.