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Let's Talk! Fun and Games for the Whole Family to Enjoy



Where did you fit in as you were growing up- where you encouraged to speak up about how you feel or were you often told to tone it down a bit? Truthfully, I never even realized that there were these two options when I was a kid. For the most part, I pretty much did what I was supposed to do, I stayed in my lane without talking back or avoiding the situation at hand. Staying within the boundaries of family expectations was helpful, as well as hurtful. Teaching our kids life skills essential for handling daily encounters, conflicts, and opportunities. Learning more from one another and about one another helps to open up conversations. Let's talk fun and games for the whole family to enjoy. 

Thank you to KIC-Start and their promotional team for the courtesy of providing complimentary product for editorial content purposes. This post may contain affiliate links.



Let's Talk! Fun & Games for the Whole Family to Enjoy


KIC (Kids In Conversation) Start is a playful way to develop "conversational curiosity" without ghosting. Bringing kids together for open, honest conversation, as a means of getting to know one another a little better, use KIC-Start to ask questions and share answers in a non-competitive manner. Kickstart the fun with a charged-up, portable container powered with 150 open-ended cards, each containing a question designed to get kids to speak up and speak out. KIC-Start is age-appropriate for everyone, an ideal activity for family and friends to get everyone connected while talking- not texting.



It's extremely important for families to begin the work of building confidence, self-esteem, social skills, and character in a positive environment. Empowering kids to speak up and stand up for themselves and others is an important life skill to develop. Families can use cooperative games like KIC-Start and tools to open lines of communication, prevent bullying, and strengthen relationships.
Kids In Conversation: KIC-Start is available from Contender Games and Amazon.com.

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