Sibling Love Talk
Brothers and sisters have a sixth sense about the best way to annoy each other. I sure remember what I used to do to get my siblings going. Well, there are some things you can do to stop your kids from fighting one another rather than saying, “Stop doing that to your brother!” Or, “Leave your sister alone!” Ultimately you don’t just want to stop the fighting, you want to cultivate sibling love.
Valentine’s Day Talk
Share some sweetness with your favorite valentine with our Valentine’s Day Talk conversation starters.
Serving Others Discuss It
There’s no time like the present to teach your kids the principle of serving others. Before jumping in to help at the homeless shelter, raise money for the local children’s hospital, or visit a nursing home, kids can learn to serve others in the home. Your kids can take their first step by serving you and your family.
Use this printable to get them thinking about what they can do around the house to pitch in. This will help you discuss serving others with your kids.
Pillow Talk 2.0
End the day with sweet bonding time with your child. iMOM’s Pillow TALK 2.0 conversation starters are the perfect way […]
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Home Alone Talk
Before you leave your children home alone for the first time, use our Home Alone TALK conversation starters to spark […]
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Exploring Nature Talk
Nature is fascinating but easily overlooked. Exploring nature hands-on is the best way to experience it! You can discover it in your backyard, a park, a pond, or a beach.
Give each of your children a small bag and a pair of tweezers or tongs. Ask them to find five pieces of nature (rocks, leaves, dead bugs, etc.) and place them in their bag. Set a timer for 10 to 15 minutes and set them loose. When the timer goes off, examine their findings using our Exploring Nature family conversation starters.
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Once your children start dating, they will have entered a whole new world. Unfortunately, it can be a world with […]
Coffee Date Talk
What’s brewing in your marriage? Drink up iMOM’s Coffee Date Talk conversation starters, along with a cup of your favorite […]