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Questions of the day for kids will encourage them to talk about their feelings.A great way to get to know your children better.
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Children ask lots of questions, but now it's time to turn the tables. Here are 63 fun "get-to know-you" questions for kids to get a conversation started.
Karen Medina saved to Recipes
101 fun questions to ask kids to know them better! Great conversation starters to bond with your kids over dinner or a long car ride.
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Here's 20 clever questions to ask kids about their school day to get them talking, because If you want to know how your child's day really was, you have to be strategic. These get to know you questions for kids can help!
Connie Zitting saved to children
Do you have a teen or child in the house with out of control backtalk? Get tips on how to deal with kids who talk back and teach them how to communicate with respect. Learn how to stop back talk from your kids and have polite and open communication instead
At age two, he barely said any real words. He said things like "ba ba ba" for everything. My husband and I weren't sure how to encourage our child to
Troy Sparks saved to Communication
Few things are worse than mouthing, back talk and plain disrespectful behavior from our kids. Here's how we can address it without losing our cool. #BackTalk #Tweens #Teens #ChristianParenting
Parents feel like there’s an invisible thread that makes us and our children connected. We know the reason when they raise their eyebrows or throw tantrums. We memorize every mole and birth…
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