Tuck-Me-In Talks with Your Little
Ones: Creating Happy Bedtime Memories – February 1, 2014 (Harvest House
Trade in a few of your bedtime stories for memory-making moments
with this collection of fun conversation starters for kids ages three to eight.
It's filled with open-ended questions that will stimulate your children's
imagination and help them express their thoughts.
These conversation starters for kids cover a wide range of
topics and avoid one-word answers and right-or-wrong responses. The goal is
simply to share some happy times together as you consider some questions for
kids, such as…
- If you could write a book, what would it be about? Tell me the
- If you could be king of the world, what rules would you have
- Pretend you're in the circus. What's your job?
Whether you're a parent, a grandparent, or a childcare provider,
you'll love this valuable tool for helping kids end their day on a happy,
Fox’s passion is to see her audiences connect the dots between God’s word and
real life so they can experience life as He intends.
written hundreds of articles for magazines including Focus on the Family, Insights Canada, and Power for Living. She’s authored eight books including Moving From Fear to Freedom: A Woman’s Guide
to Peace in Every Situation. She’s also a contributor to the Guideposts’
devotional books Mornings with Jesus 2014
and Morning Moments with Jesus 2015.
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