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Get all the relatives in on one big, fun conversation at big family events or even Sunday dinner
Build a bridge across generations with these conversation topics that are perfect for any family gathering. The questions are designed to encourage conversations between grandparents and grandchildren, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles - gather ’round the table and break out the TableTopics for hours of conversation that everyone will remember for a lifetime.
Perfect family game or activity for Thanksgiving! Makes a great host & hostess gift too.
Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner
This fun mix of age-appropriate questions ranges from silly to thought-provoking and provides an easy way to get your family talking. Perfect for family dinner time conversation, family game night, or whenever you want to spark a really fun conversation.
One of our most popular editions!
Fun facts and great questions for both kids and parents
This edition combines our love for really amazing, sometimes wacky, information with our passion for fun, family conversations. The back of each card holds an interesting fact or statistic in the form of an easy to read infographic. The front of each card holds a conversation topic related to that statistic. You can talk about the questions. You can talk about the statistics. It’s two great games in one!
It’s an award-winner too! This edition was awarded Product of the Year 2013 by Creative Child Magazine.
Connecting with your grandkids has never been easier or more fun
This edition of conversation starters will help grandparents and grandchildren enjoy getting to know each other better. The questions are designed to let you share all the important things – personal stories, fun ideas, plans for the future, and a good bit of laughter too.
Tip #1 – Make TableTopics part of your mealtime tradition with your grandchildren. It’s through good conversation during a family meal that the most important connections are made.
Tip #2 – Select a few questions before your weekly call with your grandchildren. The questions give you a way to connect with each grandchild and learn so much about each one individually.
Tip #3 – Text a question to your teenage grandchild. You’ll be keeping the lines of communication open using the format they’re most comfortable with.