Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]
Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]
Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]
Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]
Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]

Conversation Starters Bundle [Parent-and-child (full version) + Mum-and-Me]

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This Conversation Starters Bundle Deal is an excellent bundle to start sparking meaningful conversations in your family.

Includes:

    • Love Bonds’ Parent-and-Child Conversation Starters (Full version)
    • Love Bonds' Mum-and-Me Conversation Starters

Parent-and-Child Conversation Starters (Full Version)

WHO are these for?

These Parent-and-child conversation starters are meant for parents to use to initiate a range of meaningful conversations with your child, instead of just the usual "How was your day in school?"

WHY do we need them?

As we make it a habit to encourage such conversations and use these teachable moments to validate our children's emotions and acknowledge their responses and thoughts, we are training them to be mindful of their own feelings and thoughts. Over time, they learn how to better respond to situations and build resilience and empathy.

HOW do we make use of these?

- Leave some cards at the dining table, in the bedroom, in the car for visual reminders to ask our children these questions. 

- Pick a card of the day and prepare to ask your child at any opportune time that pops up

- Can be made into a game where you and your child take turns to answer these questions

- Write a question to put in his/her snack box for him/her to answer when they come home from school. 

WHAT do these Parent-and-Child Conversation Starters contain?

This set of Parent-and-child conversation starters come in a set of 24 cards containing 9 Conversation Starter Questions and 15 Reflection Questions. 

(1) Conversation Starters Questions are meant for meal times, bedtimes, traveling times, etc to ask about your child’s day. They are short questions, e.g. "What is one thing you did today which you are proud of?", instead of the usual "how's your day?"

(2) Reflection Questions are meant for days where you feel like there is more time for deeper conversations and reflection, e.g. "What 3 things are you good at?"

- Suitable for 3 years old and above

* Bunny, wooden crate, macrame weave are not included.

Mum-and-Me Conversation Starters 

WHO are these for?

These Mum-and-Me Conversation Starters are meant for us adults to use with our mothers, to initiate a range of meaningful conversations with her, instead of just the usual "Have you eaten?" type of questions. 

As we make it a habit to encourage meaningful conversations and use these precious moments to create beautiful memories, we strengthen our bonds with our mothers. 

WHY do we need them?

Because, as adults, many of us probably don’t know or ask enough about our mothers. For reasons like we may be too scared or that we just didn’t think of it or didn’t get around to doing it.

But our mothers are our closest female to us, before our children or girlfriends existed. And there is truly no better way to become closer to a person, even if you’ve known her all your life, than to have meaningful conversations to know her better.

The answers to these questions will allow us to know our mothers more deeply and hopefully these conversations spark many more beautiful conversations and memories together.

HOW do we make use of these?

- Pick a card of the day and prepare to ask your mum during dinner time or any opportune time that pops up

- Can be made into a game where you and her take turns to answer these questions

- Write her a card  to ask her some of these questions and be surprised with a letter containing her responses.

WHAT do these Mum-and-Me Conversation Starters contain?

This set of Mum-and-Me Conversation Starters come in a set of 20 cards containing 14 Snug Questions and 6 Embrace Questions. 

- Snug Questions are questions that are more lighthearted and casual. They are meant for days where you feel like allowing her to dream and reminisce old times.

- Embrace Questions are questions that probe deep thinking and reflection. They are meant to deepen understanding of each other and allowing her to voice her deepest thoughts and emotions.