Meaningful family conversation for little kids ...

Posted by Elizabeth Wornham on

Worth it to have simple ways to have meaningful conversation with my 6 yo who is highly intelligent and highly verbal, but struggles with expressing more intense emotions like anger and frustration. It helps us help our small human to process and express their bigger emotions. She even requests to have "table talk" with these cards.

Some prompts are also quite eye opening like, " I wish my family would stop...". By listening to our little one for prompts like this really helps us to build a sense of respect for feelings allowing us to build more useful discipline practices and more in tune redirection during those overwhelming emotional moments.

These oversized cards are not meant for play time, but rather for family time. They are a little more sturdy than a regular deck cards, which should be plenty strong to last repeated use with supervision.

Orlando, FL


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