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This book is for everyone who longs to help their kids pause their electronics, grow their social skills, and develop lifelong relationships through highly engaging conversations! It will show you how to connect with your kids, and how to help your kids connect with others. In this book, you will discover: Why conversations matter and connecting with This book is for everyone who longs to help their kids pause their electronics, grow their social skills, and develop lifelong relationships through highly engaging conversations! It will show you how to connect with your kids, and how to help your kids connect with others. In this book, you will discover: Why conversations matter and connecting with others is important.  Three strategies to engage kids and keep the conversation going.  Five tools to help children develop their social skills.  How to use conversations to guide children toward positive change.  Then, dive into 131 creative, engaging, and fun conversations that will get your kids talking. This book is for children who desire to build face-to-face connections that develop into life-long friendships. It is also for parents, foster parents, teachers, coaches, youth pastors, mentors, and everyone who wants to help their kids to connect in an increasingly disconnected world! Conversation Starters Include: If the zoo offered to let you keep one exotic animal as a pet, which animal would you take home with you?  If you were principal of your school for a day, what is one school rule that you would change? No two snowflakes are exactly alike. No two people are the same either. What is something that makes you unique?  This book is part of the Creative Conversations Series, which includes: 131 Creative Conversations for Couples 131 More Creative Conversations for Couples 131 Necessary Conversations before Marriage 131 Creative Conversations for Families 131 Creative Conversations for Kids 131 Conversations for Stepfamily Success


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This book is for everyone who longs to help their kids pause their electronics, grow their social skills, and develop lifelong relationships through highly engaging conversations! It will show you how to connect with your kids, and how to help your kids connect with others. In this book, you will discover: Why conversations matter and connecting with This book is for everyone who longs to help their kids pause their electronics, grow their social skills, and develop lifelong relationships through highly engaging conversations! It will show you how to connect with your kids, and how to help your kids connect with others. In this book, you will discover: Why conversations matter and connecting with others is important.  Three strategies to engage kids and keep the conversation going.  Five tools to help children develop their social skills.  How to use conversations to guide children toward positive change.  Then, dive into 131 creative, engaging, and fun conversations that will get your kids talking. This book is for children who desire to build face-to-face connections that develop into life-long friendships. It is also for parents, foster parents, teachers, coaches, youth pastors, mentors, and everyone who wants to help their kids to connect in an increasingly disconnected world! Conversation Starters Include: If the zoo offered to let you keep one exotic animal as a pet, which animal would you take home with you?  If you were principal of your school for a day, what is one school rule that you would change? No two snowflakes are exactly alike. No two people are the same either. What is something that makes you unique?  This book is part of the Creative Conversations Series, which includes: 131 Creative Conversations for Couples 131 More Creative Conversations for Couples 131 Necessary Conversations before Marriage 131 Creative Conversations for Families 131 Creative Conversations for Kids 131 Conversations for Stepfamily Success

30 review for 131 Conversations That Engage Kids: How to Get Kids Talking, Grow Their Friendships, and Inspire Change (Conversation Starters Books Series #5)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    Short and simple book for adults who work with children on why asking questions is so vital. It is great for lesson plans and getting to know students. I gave the book 3 stars, as some of the questions were very similar and didn’t incorporate higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy questions.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Bought this on kindle to use as a resource in my English tutoring to Chinese students and discovered it has great family-orientated conversation starters that I'll use for my own kids. Bought this on kindle to use as a resource in my English tutoring to Chinese students and discovered it has great family-orientated conversation starters that I'll use for my own kids.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Keryth Belvin

    Excellent Book For Promoting Communication With Children. I am voluntarily reviewing a complimentary copy of this book, 131 Conversations That Engage Kids by Jed Jurchenko. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I can't wait to put the excellent suggestions into practice with my son. He has been dealing with some issues at school and I didn't even learn about it from him. I found out through the guidance counselor at his school. He doesn't communicate with me about important issues and I reall Excellent Book For Promoting Communication With Children. I am voluntarily reviewing a complimentary copy of this book, 131 Conversations That Engage Kids by Jed Jurchenko. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I can't wait to put the excellent suggestions into practice with my son. He has been dealing with some issues at school and I didn't even learn about it from him. I found out through the guidance counselor at his school. He doesn't communicate with me about important issues and I really hope this book will help me change that. I am very thankful to Jed for writing this book. I think it would/will be helpful to anyone with children in their lives that want better communication between them. I think children want to share with their parents and other important adults in their lives but aren't sure how to or are afraid of the adults reaction and maybe reading this book will give the adult insight into how to be open, welcoming and encouraging when the child does come to them. Excellent Book!! I highly recommend this book to parents, caregivers of children/teens, teachers, guidance counselors, anyone that has interactions with kids.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Walter Ingram

    If you have kids or work with youth, this book is very helpful. As someone who works with a lot of students, I enjoyed the use of open ended conversation starters to jump start dialogue with my youth. The author was very clever in providing examples that could keep the conversation going long after the initial interaction. I have already used a few of the starters which have led to excellent conversations and plans for follow up discussions to keep the engagement going. Although I was aware of ho If you have kids or work with youth, this book is very helpful. As someone who works with a lot of students, I enjoyed the use of open ended conversation starters to jump start dialogue with my youth. The author was very clever in providing examples that could keep the conversation going long after the initial interaction. I have already used a few of the starters which have led to excellent conversations and plans for follow up discussions to keep the engagement going. Although I was aware of how disconnected the world has become, some of the statistics the author shared were a great reminder to connect and establish relationships beyond the smartphone and iPads. I will definitely make a point to be more deliberate about unplugging from devices and work to make meaningful life long connections.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    I have thoroughly enjoyed Jed's book, 131 Questions That Engage Kids. The importance of engaging with children face to face cannot be overstated. This book offers the tools for making the time spent with children memorable for everyone. As a mother and grandmother, I will be using these conversation starters with my grandchildren, and also with my adult children at family get-togethers. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, coaches, teachers and anyone else who converses with children will find I have thoroughly enjoyed Jed's book, 131 Questions That Engage Kids. The importance of engaging with children face to face cannot be overstated. This book offers the tools for making the time spent with children memorable for everyone. As a mother and grandmother, I will be using these conversation starters with my grandchildren, and also with my adult children at family get-togethers. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, coaches, teachers and anyone else who converses with children will find this book very helpful. I appreciate that the book is smaller, 5x8-so it's very portable, great to bring along. 131 Questions That Engage Kids is an excellent resource for creating engaging conversations, quality time, and building lasting memories. I highly recommend 131 Questions That Engage Kids.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Charlene Brown

    131 Coversations Removes the Excuse That You Have Nothing To Talk About Jed presents a great way for adults to open the door and talk with kids, especially in such a technologically driven world. Too often I hear that parents continue to struggle with finding topics to connect on with their children after they hit a certain age. Jed helps to lower some of these barriers in a way that isn't obtrusive but engaging. I recommend this book for those, not just parents, who struggle with how to approach 131 Coversations Removes the Excuse That You Have Nothing To Talk About Jed presents a great way for adults to open the door and talk with kids, especially in such a technologically driven world. Too often I hear that parents continue to struggle with finding topics to connect on with their children after they hit a certain age. Jed helps to lower some of these barriers in a way that isn't obtrusive but engaging. I recommend this book for those, not just parents, who struggle with how to approach some issues that happen around the world. Such an easy read, 131 Conversations that Engage Kids is a great reference to help keep the conversation going and encourage relationship growth.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Modern

    I received this book for a voluntary, completely honest and non incentivized review. This a quick and easy read for a topic and situation that is not so quick or easy to remedy. As a parent, boredom and the ability to get the kids to converse productively is difficult. This book gives great insight and ideas to address and treat each individual "issue". I received this book for a voluntary, completely honest and non incentivized review. This a quick and easy read for a topic and situation that is not so quick or easy to remedy. As a parent, boredom and the ability to get the kids to converse productively is difficult. This book gives great insight and ideas to address and treat each individual "issue".

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Exactly what we needed!! This made a long road trip so much more fun and exciting than it would have been!! We even started to think of our own questions to ask after we were done with the questions in this book because the kids didn’t want to stop :)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lawrence Jones

    I did not sit and read this entire book. I bought it for use in my mentoring program. The topics are great for discussion among the kids. The benefit I found in this is that it promoted critical thinking skills. Most of the kids were engaging in the conversations.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stephen D.

    Short and sweet. Perfect for focusing on building relationships with teens Short and sweet. Perfect for focusing on conversation skills with teens. I plan to use it both with my kids and work the students I work with at school.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Leatrice Brown

    Great conversation starters An easy read for my tween daughter and great conversation starters for us. It also helps emphasize the importance of making connections beyond social media.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Harris

    Time to Practice What a great idea - questions to ask your kids over dinner, before bed, in the car ... the list goes on. Excited to try these out!

  13. 4 out of 5

    christina prater

    Great I would recommend this for older teenagers and/or adults. It helps communication between adults and teenagers. Great book thanks for sharing

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lisandra

    my boys loved the questions

  15. 4 out of 5

    Roger

    Wonderful book! Great conversation starters. I highly recommend!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I have been using someof these suggestion with my son. My son have always open up to me but in the middle he shut down and say forget it or never mind. This helps alot

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brentswim

    Worked great We used this effectively on a road trip and it definitely evokes conversation with an 8, 9 and 12 year olds.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Angela Scharbrough

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Weir

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jane

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Briggs

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kass Wolhafe

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michaela Tokárová

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dianne Niles

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rubie

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ali

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Yinzadi

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kris

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sab

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