The Very Best Questions To Ask Your Kids In Order To Bring You Closer
Updated: Feb 16, 2021
What does this family do well?
How have you changed this year?
What did you learn today?
What do you see yourself doing five years from today?
Tell about a time you felt brave. (sad, happy, excited, angry, frustrated, confused, elated, calm, anxious, etc.)
Tell me about your earliest memory.
What are you really good at?
Which skills would you like to improve?
Describe your 3 best qualities.
What would be the first thing you'd do if you were invisible?
Would you rather get more sleep or have more fun? Why?
What do you need less of in your life?
Describe your perfect day.
What does the world need more of?
What's your favorite smell?
Describe the last new thing you tried.
What do you think is a common regret for elderly people?
What are 3 traits that you look for in a friend?
If you were president, what would be the first new law you'd work on creating?
What can you tell about a person by their appearance only?
What are you looking forward to in the next twelve months?
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Nanci J Bradley is an early childhood and family educator, author, teacher, SELF-care facilitator, family aerobics instructor, and an all-around fun-loving person. She believes in the power of sleep, healthy eating, lifelong learning, and most of all, PLAY! She studied early childhood ed at Triton College and received her BS in education in 1986 from NIU. She received her MA in human development from Pacific Oaks College in 2011. She lives and teaches in Madison WI