Topics kids love talking about
Entertain the kids for hours with these great questions for young, curious minds. Although designed for young children, Mom & Dad will love them too.
The travel-sized slipcase makes it easy to toss in the glove box or backpack – use them on the way to soccer practice, when you are eating out, whenever!
Here are a couple of tips that folks have shared with us for using these great conversation starter question cards:
Tip #1 – Put one card in your child’s lunch box each day and encourage them to share it with their friends at lunchtime. It gives them something fun to talk about and helps them expand their circle of friends.
Tip #2 – A grandmother wrote to us to say that she keeps our Kids edition by the phone for her weekly call with her grandchildren. It’s given her a way to connect with each grandchild and learn so much about each of them.
Creative Child Magazine Product of the Year 2012
This collection of conversation starters is packed with topics kids love – from the really big, to the really small, their favorite flavors and smells, and all the things they’re thankful for. These questions are guaranteed to get them talking about the whole wide world of things from their unique perspective. You get three editions in one pack!
Here’s an opportunity to get your kids to talk about the people, places, and simple things they are most grateful for.
GIANT TEENY TINY
See the world from your child’s point-of-view. What’s really big or super small? Talk about it all.
These fun questions get kids to reveal how they perceive the world around them. Loud, soft, cold, crunchy, bright, salty, sweet, and everything in between.
Themed conversation starters for tons of family fun
Want to know how to keep your kids entertained in the car, at a restaurant, or waiting for the dentist? Bring along these fun conversation starters to learn a bit more about how they think, what they want, and maybe even something about yourself!
Explore what makes a person a hero. Talk about what makes their actions heroic. And discover the potential hero within yourself.
Right or Wrong
Have fun talking your way through interesting situations and everyday dilemmas.
These questions make for great conversations wherever your day takes you – a road trip, a picnic, ballet practice, a soccer game – you name it.