While there is nothing more precious than the bond between parent and child, in today’s chaotic world, it can seem more difficult than ever to keep that bond strong. Not only are children constantly growing and changing, but with the average child spending two to three hours in front of a screen per day, it is more difficult to get kids to really have a conversation.

To learn more about how your child sees the world, making use of open-ended conversation starters can be a fun way to get them talking! Check out some of our favorites below.

Top 5 Conversation Starters for Kids

  1. What Do You Look Forward to Each Day?Whether the highlight of your child’s day is seeing a friend from school or eating a favorite lunch, this question will help you learn about what he or she considers the best part of the day.
  2. If You Were in a Play, What Would Your Character Be Like?This question is a fantastic way to encourage your kids to communicate how they see themselves without any external pressures and can give parents a great idea of how children process their actions as they relate to the world around them.

Parents, if your children respond well to this question, consider enrolling them in drama class! Drama classes for kids can boost their self-expression and build up children’s confidence.

  1. What Rules Would You Change at Home?Though rules like “no running” are for a child’s own good, getting your child’s input on the house rules is a good way to gauge where children see themselves on the spectrum of independence.
  2. If You Could Change One Thing About the World, What Would You Change?This one will get you andyour child thinking! While kids are often silly and lighthearted, their fresh perspective on how they see the world can also offer some serious wisdom.
  3. Is There a New Activity You Would Like to Try?Get an idea of what new hobbies your child might want to explore for the first time, such as drama or acting classes for children! Letting your child know that there is a fun, safe environment for him or her to both play and learn is a sure way to pique interest in learning a new skill.

Are you ready to enroll your child in drama classes? We would love to tell you all about the benefits—contact us today!