Family Conversation Starters


Conversation Starters for Parents and Kids


Chatting with your kids about their fears, hopes, dreams, ideas, & memories is the best way to get into that little head of theirs, and get closer to them! “Research indicates that strong family relationships can help children develop self-esteem, resist peer pressure, and act responsibly when making decisions… Effective parent-child communication is a cornerstone of strong and healthy families.1” We all want strong families and healthy relationships where our kids can be open with us and come to us for anything.

Putting the time and effort into communicating with our families is so important, and we wanted to make things a little easier for you!

We’ve all had this conversation, “How was school today!?” “Good.” So to help you get past ‘good’, we’ve created 300 conversation topics of fun family questions & prompts to get you talking together.

This Kit Includes 300 Conversation Prompts in 5 Different Categories:

  • Silly Questions
  • Hopes & Dreams
  • Stories & Memories
  • Love & Feelings
  • Holidays & Traditions

You’ll love these Family Conversation Topics Cards because they are…

  • double-sided: We wanted to save you time, ink and money, so they have been designed to print as double-sided cards!
  • easy to use: Use and storage is cute and functional. It’s easy to find the conversation topics for whatever mood you are in!
  • kid tested: After trying them, one hard-to-impress 9-year-old said, “They seem pretty cool!”
  • for kids AND grown-ups: The cards are formatted to help everyone in the family participate in the conversation. One side is a question that parents ask kids (blue), and the other side is a question for kids to ask their parents (orange)!

Print these brightly colored cards and make a new family tradition of getting to know each other better!

Designed by Messes to Memories

Please Note

This is a digital product that will be emailed to you, for you to print. Hard copies will not be mailed. Color may vary depending on monitors and printers. All sales of digital products are final.