All you have to do is pick a card and begin to speak about which part of the card you feel most connected. It’s that easy, and fun!
In this game, you can choose to speak about your own life experiences or anything else that comes to mind when looking at the card. It’s okay, and even encouraged, to speak freely about what you feel when you look at the card. This is how we get to know each other better!
CONVERSATION TOPICS STARTER – 50 laminated playing cards 2.7” x 4.3”, divided in 2 with vivid illustrations. Large comfortable cards for 2 to 10 players. Excellent for a group setting.
ALLOW CHILDREN TO OPEN UP AT THEIR OWN PACE: This question cards game has 3 LEVELS From general to personal and finally to more personal. Mom, get to know your child through play and discussion. You’ll be surprised what you learn!
FUN FAMILY CONVERSATION GAME and therapy card game for boys and girls for bedtime, travel, dinner time. Improve speaking, listening and language.
PSYCHOTHERAPISTS AND CBT EXPERTS designed this therapy activity and game to encourage free discussion and connection between children, their family, friends, teachers and therapists. Riley our instructor (see the instruction manual) will guide you in using the cards.
PERFECT GIFT for birthdays and holidays. BUY NOW for your family or for parents of young children. There’s no risk. If you are unhappy in any way just return within 30 days for a full refund.There are many ways to use the cards, especially if you are a therapist, then you can be as creative as you feel.
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Connect with children by having fruitful conversations
Nice to Meet is a fun family conversation game and therapy card game for boys and girls. Great for bedtime, travel, dinner time. Improve speaking, listening and language.
Any time you are with your kids is a chance to get to know them better. Disconnect from phones and new media and start bonding!
Of course! You can use the Nice to Meet game to help students understand their feelings and emotions and express them without any fear, there is a whole part of the instructions for group activities.