Few Question to Ask your Kids at the Dinner Table

Are you looking for an easy way to engage with your kids at the dinner table?

Image Credit : Pinterest

Sure, having them tell you about their day can help build a connection, but why not dive deeper?

A great way to check in is by asking questions –  but what kind of questions should you be asking?

To help get meaningful conversations flowing between you and your child,

Here are a few thought-provoking prompts that will yield interesting answers!

What was the best thing that happened to you today?

Image Credit : Pinterest


How was school today?

Image Credit : Tinybeans


What did you learn or do in your classes?

Image Credit : The Conversation


Did you make any new friends?


Image Credit : Pinterest

Tell us about a funny moment from today.

Image Credit : FirstCry Parenting


Who did you help today, and how did it feel?

Image Credit : FirstCry Parenting


Did anything difficult happen during the day and how did you handle it?

Image Credit : FActiveKids


What is something that made you feel proud of yourself today?


Image Credit : Pinterest

What is something that challenged you in a positive way today?


Image Credit : Tinybeans

Are there any areas or topics where you would like further help or guidance from us as parents?


Image Credit : The Scramble

If you could have a superpower, what would it be and why?


Image Credit : Unlock Food

If we had an entire day to spend together, what would be some of the things we could do together to make it special and memorable?


Image Credit : FirstCry Parenting

Phrases that can Boost your Child's Confidence