Get Your Kids to Open Up About Their Days

July 25, 2012 | By | Comments (4)

Woman cooking and talking to her son

If your child is notoriously tight-lipped about his or her day (please an adjective other than “fine”), use this game to get them to share a little insight in to what they did while you were at work.

Two Truths and a Lie
As the parent, start out by telling your child two things that were true about your day, and one lie that could have been true. Have your child guess which one is the fib. Then ask them why they picked the the “fact” they did. Then have them tell you two truths and a lie. And it will be your turn to guess and ask questions.

Find more low-cost, high-imagination games to play with your kids.

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