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Stop Asking "How Was Your Day?": 444 Better Questions to Help You Connect with Your Child by Daniel J. Crawford
We've all been there: The kids come home from school tired and distracted, and we try to connect with them by asking the same questions day after day. Well, this book will help you find the right questions to connect with your child today and every day.
"How was school?" "What did you learn today?" "Did you have fun?" If we are lucky, we might get a little more than "Fine" or "It was good" in return. Maybe we're asking the wrong questions. The good news is that this book will help you find the right questions to connect with your child every day.
Stop Asking "How Was Your Day?" is an invaluable tool that can be used again and again. Easy to flip through while waiting in the pickup lane outside school or before sitting down to dinner, this book provides diverse and open-ended questions for parents of schoolchildren of all ages and walks of life. Some questions are fun, some are thoughtful, and some are silly. Ultimately, this book is about communication.
- Provides questions to help better connect with children
- Convenient easy to use format
- 360 pages
- Dimensions: 6"H x 4"W
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