We use these cards at the dinner table to initiate family conversation
Kids actually look forward to dinner at the table if we are using the cards for conversation.
I like the family version although since my kids are a little older (14 and 16) some of the questions don't apply. We just pick another question or they actually answered the question about their favorite part of recess event though they haven't had it in years.
Invite over a few friends, uncork some wine, play and enjoy this game!
My love in boyfriend and I use this to learn more about each other when it can be difficult to open up on our own. It also provides interesting topics for car trips, camping, and evenings at home.
It's great to be able to conversations about the relationship when "playing a game"!
Used with family and friends.
My students love when I take out Table Topics. The variety of topics makes them excited to write and to share their responses with their peers. It is a valuable learning experience!
A fun icebreaker game. You can learn a lot about our partners!
Turn off your phones and lead a conversation. Flip over a card during supper and let the discussion begin around the table, on the porch or in the yard. I guarantee you'll learn something new about the person next to you and laugh a lot together.