When you want to talk about more than “how was school?”
It’s not easy raising kids - especially when routines and to-dos demand a chunk of time. When life gets hectic, it’s easy to default to boring conversations and low-level small talk. And parent-child relationships suffer as a result.
Little TalkTM family conversation cards are carefully crafted to spark thought-provoking discussions with children. Whether you’re on a road trip, around the kitchen table, or getting ready for bed, this deck of prompts inspires you to think and talk together on a deeper, more meaningful level.
As children engage the questions, they’ll cultivate self-expression, get in touch with their hopes and fears, and develop the emotional intelligence to express themselves confidently. They’ll learn that their opinions and ideas are valid and valuable.
Conversation is the ultimate connector and a powerful life skill. With a deck of Little TalkTM prompts in your life, you can set your children up for confidence and success - from the youngest age.
With 150 questions to discuss, children can explore a whole world of ideas and issues - nurturing strong communication skills and strengthening family time.
Inspire personal development from a young age
Little TalkTM inspires more than good conversation. Deep-dive questions cultivate self-expression, emotional intelligence, and other core success skills too.
Connect with your kids and create quality family time too
The more you talk, the more you know each other, and the closer and more connected you’ll feel.
When children feel seen and heard, they cultivate self-love and self-trust. Equip children to express themselves from a young age, and they grow up knowing who they are.
A deck that empowers children to know and express themselves
150 conversation prompts divided between six categories.
Printed on a soft to the touch laminated 350 gms cardstock.
Keep your cards safe with the sturdy storage box.
Measuring 2.5” x 3.5”, they’re a handy size for taking anywhere.
The cards are very thoughtful and open ended. Useful for kids as well as adults
My 6 yr old daughter hates being asked questions (especially after school) but she loves this “game,” as she calls it, “of getting to know each other.” I love it too because I feel that it helps us bond and spend real quality time.
My child loves answering questions from this deck. It inspires conversations I would not think to start.