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Get your kids to talk about their day at school with these easy to ask questions! “How was school today?” you ask your child. “Fine,” “Okay,” “Same,” “Boring,” Or even silence from your child. “What did you learn today?” you ask your child. “Nothing,” “I dunno,” “I forget,” “Boring,” Or again silence from your child. These dreaded questions have been asked to Get your kids to talk about their day at school with these easy to ask questions! “How was school today?” you ask your child. “Fine,” “Okay,” “Same,” “Boring,” Or even silence from your child. “What did you learn today?” you ask your child. “Nothing,” “I dunno,” “I forget,” “Boring,” Or again silence from your child. These dreaded questions have been asked to our children billions of times now, and a lot of the time we get these same responses. But it isn’t the fault of our children. Think about it, would you want to be asked the same question every single day after school, like clockwork? Absolutely not, which is exactly why Jennifer Montrose wrote this book! In "How Was School Today?" , you have a wealth of information at your fingertips, and by the end of the book you should be able to feel confident in having your next conversation with your child, knowing you will be able to generate so many different responses. You can’t keep asking the same question expecting to get different answers from your children, no matter how many “new” and exciting things they do every day. You must take a step back and realize that there are other ways to get into the mind of your child, and this book gives you questions to ask your child, games and little activities to get your kid talking, as well as my top 10 tips for communicating with your child about school and their days. Here's what's included in the book: - 55+ questions to ask your child instead of "How was school today?" that will generate more detailed responses. - How to use these questions in context, and how to NOT come off as "the interrogator"! - Extra "Values" questions to ask your children in the future to get them thinking about how life works and how to value it. - Shortlist of topics to add into any conversation with your child that you would be surprised to know their answers for. - A set of games and activities you can do and play with your children that will make them want to join in and have a conversation. - Final set of Mrs. Montrose's TOP 10 TIPS for communicating with your child, sealing the deal on the subject and giving you a ton to work with and get started with immediately! Once you start reading over these questions, you will start to understand how to work them into your conversations, and the tips will take you to that extra step, giving you the sure-to-work tools to get your child talking to you about all sorts of things. The school year is here, it's time! Make sure you read this book NOW and use it to your advantage this year as you have loads of conversations with your child. Enjoy the book, scroll up and buy now, you have nothing to lose besides a lack of conversation with your child.


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Get your kids to talk about their day at school with these easy to ask questions! “How was school today?” you ask your child. “Fine,” “Okay,” “Same,” “Boring,” Or even silence from your child. “What did you learn today?” you ask your child. “Nothing,” “I dunno,” “I forget,” “Boring,” Or again silence from your child. These dreaded questions have been asked to Get your kids to talk about their day at school with these easy to ask questions! “How was school today?” you ask your child. “Fine,” “Okay,” “Same,” “Boring,” Or even silence from your child. “What did you learn today?” you ask your child. “Nothing,” “I dunno,” “I forget,” “Boring,” Or again silence from your child. These dreaded questions have been asked to our children billions of times now, and a lot of the time we get these same responses. But it isn’t the fault of our children. Think about it, would you want to be asked the same question every single day after school, like clockwork? Absolutely not, which is exactly why Jennifer Montrose wrote this book! In "How Was School Today?" , you have a wealth of information at your fingertips, and by the end of the book you should be able to feel confident in having your next conversation with your child, knowing you will be able to generate so many different responses. You can’t keep asking the same question expecting to get different answers from your children, no matter how many “new” and exciting things they do every day. You must take a step back and realize that there are other ways to get into the mind of your child, and this book gives you questions to ask your child, games and little activities to get your kid talking, as well as my top 10 tips for communicating with your child about school and their days. Here's what's included in the book: - 55+ questions to ask your child instead of "How was school today?" that will generate more detailed responses. - How to use these questions in context, and how to NOT come off as "the interrogator"! - Extra "Values" questions to ask your children in the future to get them thinking about how life works and how to value it. - Shortlist of topics to add into any conversation with your child that you would be surprised to know their answers for. - A set of games and activities you can do and play with your children that will make them want to join in and have a conversation. - Final set of Mrs. Montrose's TOP 10 TIPS for communicating with your child, sealing the deal on the subject and giving you a ton to work with and get started with immediately! Once you start reading over these questions, you will start to understand how to work them into your conversations, and the tips will take you to that extra step, giving you the sure-to-work tools to get your child talking to you about all sorts of things. The school year is here, it's time! Make sure you read this book NOW and use it to your advantage this year as you have loads of conversations with your child. Enjoy the book, scroll up and buy now, you have nothing to lose besides a lack of conversation with your child.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Not bad, but not great There are some good suggestions in here, nothing mind blowing. I did pick up some good pointers that I was not already doing. So, not great - but ok.

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