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The Daily Question Conversation Card Set

 


We love asking questions around the dinner table every night. It's a tradition that we've been enjoying for several years. I could not be more excited when this little box showed up on our doorstep. Here's how you know that it's something worth getting, our teenager often reaches for the box to be able to be the one to pick out the evening question and she often picks out more than one. There are five categories and they are separated by tabbed cards making it easy to choose which topic to discuss. The questions are open-ended and because there are so many of them, there's always another one if you don't like the one you pulled. 

From the creator:
 With one question on each beautifully designed card, this unique deck offers individuals and families a launching pad to topics in five categories--Family & Friends, Fun & Entertainment, Faith, Travel, and Then & Now:

    What is something you own that is really old and why do you hang on to it?
    When do you feel closest to God?
    What is the best advice you've ever gotten?
    What do you wish people knew about you?
    What is the hardest thing about being a person of faith in today's culture?

Packaged in a handy box with category tabs for easy reference, these conversation cards are the ideal companion for family dinners, road trips, small groups, and book clubs. Whether the conversations are thought-provoking or just good for a laugh, all of the questions will encourage lasting memories.

I highly recommend this great box of questions. We just keep it open on the dining room table, ready to start a conversation whenever we sit down together for a meal or snack. 


I received this product from Ink & Willow for the purpose of review. I am never required to say something positive but I'm always thankful when I can.  

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