Have fun as you connect with your kids using these February Conversation Starters!
These free printable prompts have seasonal and fun holiday themes that will help you enjoy chats as you work on communication skills and more. Find out more about enjoying conversation starters and how to get started today.
If you are looking for an awesome way to open up communication with your kids, try conversation starters!
These conversation prompts can help you explore new topics, interests, and ideas with your kids. Plus, they’re great for practicing etiquette, listening, and communication skills.
These February Conversation Starters have themes based on activities, holidays, and famous birthdays of this month. You can use these prompts at a meal, in the car, or anytime you want to connect with your kids.
Tips for Using February Conversation Starters
It can be helpful to review important conversation skills and etiquette with your kids prior to using these conversation starters. Demonstrate and teach (or remind) your kids to:
- take turns
- speak slowly
- talk in a conversational tone (not too loud and not too quiet)
- use positive words, especially when commenting on others ideas (instead of “That’s dumb!” say something like, “I wonder what makes you say that…”)
- make eye contact (when appropriate)
These February Conversation Starters can be used to build both communication and listening skills. When listening, encourage your kids to:
- direct attention to the speaker
- notice facial expression and body language
- listen to tone of voice
- mentally take note of any questions to ask or details to comment on
February Conversation Starters for Homeschool Fun & Learning
I created these February Conversation Starters for use in our homeschool and family. My boys and I will use during our morning time and brain breaks. We will also use these winter-themed conversation starters during dinner and family fun.
These February Conversation Starters can be printed (4 pages) and used as is or cut into strips. Some conversation starters do coincide with homeschool fun days. You can adapt the conversation starters to best fit the ages and stages of your homeschool.
There are 7 conversation starters per page. Each page is divided into 4 weeks. You can mix it up or follow the order in which they are presented. Customize for your homeschool and family!
You can print out as many copies as you need. If you have a friend or co-worker who you think would enjoy this free printable activity, please share the link to this post with them
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How will these February Conversation Starters help you connect with your kids?
Let me know in the comments area below 🙂