Updated: Dec 6, 2020
This is Part II of "Questions To Ask For Meaningful Conversations With A Child."
30 Questions To Ask For Meaningful Conversations With A Child - Part II
Why do you think our body needs to rest?
What is your most favorite vegetable? Why?
When do you think should we wash our hands?
Can you tell me about a time when you wanted to lie but you became brave enough to tell the truth?
If somebody gives you a present, how do you show gratefulness?
If you commit a mistake and nobody saw it or knows about it what should you do?
How do you see God's love around you?
Why do you think is it important to cover our mouth when we cough or sneeze?
When you see the yellow (red, orange, green, blue, purple) color, what comes into your mind?
Why do you think is it better to eat fruits and vegetable than processed/ junk food?
What is a "good friend" to you?
If you disagree with somebody, what is the best way to let her/him know it?
How do you think can we come closer to God?
How do you show Jesus that you love Him?
What is your most favorite Bible verse?
How do you feel if you badly want something and mommy/ daddy does not allow you to have it?
If you're feeling gloomy, what should you do?
In what ways can you show you are praising God?
How can you show you're thankful to somebody who has helped you?
Do you think you have any bad habit? How do you think can you change it?
What would you do if somebody is mean to you?
How would you describe what a happy family is?
How can you be a good friend to someone?
What do you think could happen if a person lies?
What do you want to do when you're feeling frustrated?
What would you say 'love' is?
If Mommy or Daddy is talking with an adult and you really want to say something what should you do?
Can you tell me about something in the past that made you feel really special?
Why do you think is it important to have patience?
How would you feel if somebody lies to you?
A home is where a child starts to flourish. It is his training ground where all his moral values, beliefs, and attitudes are molded.
By regularly engaging in meaningful conversations with your child, you are slowly putting intangible and lasting treasures within your child. Something that can help him succeed in the future.
You're also training him to be resilient in facing life difficulties by helping him understand his own emotions and guiding him toward the right path of actions when stressful events come along the way.
Furthermore, a positive and productive conversation with your child can help him to appreciate life and be open to new experiences.
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