25 better ways to ask your child “How was school??”

Published On September 2, 2015 | By Keri | Middays

Kids are funny, aren’t they?  As soon as you ask them something important, they shut down faster than your coworker can slam their laptop closed when you walk into their cubicle.

But asking your kids about their day IS important.

Problem is, asking “How was school today”, is a little too broad and, let’s face it, boring.

So maybe try it another way.

Here are some great ways to spark some conversation with your child. It’s amazing what little tidbits you can gather just by approaching it differently…

What was the best thing that happened at school today?  (What was the worst thing that happened at school today?)

Tell me something that made you laugh today.

If you could choose who would you like to sit by in class?  (Who would you NOT want to sit by in class?  Why?)

Where is the coolest place at the school?

Tell me a weird word that you heard today.  (Or something weird that someone said.)

If I called your teacher tonight what would she tell me about you?

How did you help somebody today? How did somebody help you today?

When were you the happiest today?

If an alien spaceship came to your class and beamed up someone who would you want them to take?

There are even more >>HERE<<  Have a look!
Image credit: Lucélia Ribeiro via Flickr

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