Friday, 10 June 2022

40 conversation starters for kids

 Hey readers, 

It can be hard to get your child to open up to you therefore a prompt can sometimes really help give them the encouragement to talk to you. It doesn't have to be anything serious the idea is to help with your child communicate and engage in conversation with you. 

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Below I have got 40 different types of conversation starters for kids as it can be hard to sometimes think of what to talk so we all need some inspiration from time to time. 

40 conversation starters for kids. 

1. Tell me about the best and worst parts of your day.

2. What’s your favourite game to play?

3. If you could be any animal what would you be and why?

4. What’s your favourite thing to do in the car?

5. If you could be anywhere right now where would you be? Wh
at would you be doing?

6. What’s your favourite cereal? Why?

7. What’s the silliest face that you can make?

8. What’s your favourite song? Why do you like it?

9. What was the best holiday you ever had?

10. Where do you like to go in the car?

11. Who is your best friend and what do you like about that person?

12. Did you learn anything new in school today?

13. If you could wish for three things, what would they be?

14. What’s your favourite holiday?

15. If you were an animal, which one do you think you’d be?

16. What three words do you think to describe your personality best?

17. What’s your favourite subject?

18. If you could have any job, what would it be?

19. What’s something that cheers you up when you’re sad?

20. How does it make you feel when you see someone getting picked on?

21. If you could travel back in time, what decade would you choose to live in?

22. What’s the best thing you’ve ever bought off Amazon?

23. What was the last concert you went to?

24. What is one thing you can’t live without?

25. What’s the strangest dream you’ve had recently?

26. What is your favourite book of all time?

27. How many countries have you been to?

28. What’s your favourite city you’ve visited?

29. Would you rather travel via plane or boat?

30. would you be really really hot or really really cold? 

31. Can you remember a time when you made someone smile? 

32. Hold were you when you learned to tie your shoes
?

33. Do you think you could go an entire day without talking?

34. If you could turn one room of your house into a giant trampoline which one would it be?

35.  Have you ever told a small fib so as not to hurt someone’s feelings?

36. Are you good at tongue twisters
?

37. Do you have the same first name as anyone else at your school? Do you like that?

38. Do you like to look at a clock or do you prefer not to know the time?

39. What’s your favourite joke?

40. Who do you talk to the most on the phone?

What do you think about my conversation starters for kids? Have I missed any off that you think are good ones? Love to hear your thoughts in the comment section down below. 

Cheers for reading X 
loopyloulaura

9 comments:

  1. Great tips for talking to kids! This is a timely post for me to read. We're hosting our 3 grandsons for several weeks. They all live out-of-town from us, and we love spending time with them in the summers.
    Carol
    www.scribblingboomer.com

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  2. Great tips! When my youngest isn't chatty when she comes in from school I always ask her to tell me her 3 favourite things that she did that day and it gets her chatting. Usually there's a lot of moaning about various things but it starts the conversation x

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  3. Some good tips and not just to use with kids either thanks for linking with #pocolo Chickenruby

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  4. Fab suggestions to help kids engage. Not everyone finds it easy to start a conversation. Lovely post. xx

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  5. It's a nightmare getting kids to talk isn't it. We have a selection of questions we ask our kids when we are in the car as that's when they are most responsive. Last time, though, they were way to busy talking to each other, honestly, they live in the same house yet know so little about what each other is doing. That's teens for you!

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  6. I love these! Of course, not all of them may reveal much about the child, depending on who's doing the conversation starting. For example, if I were a parent, I'd probably know when my kids learned to tie their shoes. However, some others are great for parents to get to know their kids in a fun way.

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  7. I also love these - and tbh - some will be good for adults too! thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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  8. This is a great list. It's so easy to just let them be and not make the effort to start these conversations but it really is critical to keep that communication going #dreamteam

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  9. It can be quite tricky to get kids to talk about things. You've included lots of different topics and open questions to encourage them to share their thoughts and feeings. Thanks for linking up with #DreamTeam

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