TABLETOPICS Family: Questions to Start Great Conversations
Some kids are non-stop blabbers and others need electroshock treatment to pry more than one-word responses out of them. Welcome, TableTopics Family! This awesome box includes a wide range of intriguing questions to focus the blabbers and promote the silent types. Just try taking out these dinner conversation cards and asking: Which is more important, intelligence or common sense? Exactly what is the story behind your name? What occasion in the past or future would you want to witness in person? When is it OKAY to lie?
Use TableTopics Family edition as a board game for households or card video game for households. The clear acrylic cube holds 135 question cards, enough to keep the conversation going through intermediate school.
"... these little boxes are awesome. The question cards fuel interesting conversation and get everyone included." - Gwyneth Paltrow, goop
"Spice up family suppers with these creative, thought-provoking conversation starters ..." - Better Homes and Gardens In December 2002, Cristy Clarke was on her method to a holiday cocktail party, trying to consider interesting conversation starters because she couldn't face another evening of little talk that went nowhere. She jotted down a couple of fantastic questions and then attempted them out on her fellow celebration goers. Her experiment was a total success, and by morning she was composing questions to check on her three daughters at their family dinner. The outcome is TableTopics, a collection of conversation starter sets suggested to stimulate fun, interesting, and significant conversations around the table, at parties, on dates, on road trips - any place!
Key Product Details
- Brand: TableTopics
- Label: Ruby Mine
- Title: TABLETOPICS Family: Questions to Start Great Conversations
- Feature0: Questions specially designed to engage kids in the art of conversation
- Feature2: Fun mix of age appropriate questions range from silly to thought-provoking and encourage up-building conversation between parents and kids
- Feature3: Learn something new about your kids and even yourself