These free Thanksgiving Conversation Starters are wonderful ways to enjoy fantastic holiday fun.
With 20 Thanksgiving-themed questions, you'll have a blast with your guests, kids, or class.
Get creative ideas and tips for enjoying these printable conversation starters as ice breakers, party activities, and more. Oh, and find out how to get your free printable set today!
Make Your Thanksgiving Event Extra Special!
Tired of boring holiday meals where everyone is just shoving food down their throats and barely taking time to remember the true reason for the celebration?
Or maybe you'd like to make your Thanksgiving memorable and fun with a new activity?
I totally get it! With five growing boys, our Thanksgiving table would turn into a feeding trough if I let it 😉
By the time our Thanksgiving feast is ready, my boys are starving and ready to dive into all the yummy dishes. I'll admit that I'm often quite hungry by this point but I prefer to savor our meal and use it as a time to connect.
My boys like to help prepare our meal and even help decorate with fun table settings and Thanksgiving coloring pages and activities. We're planning on enjoying our Thanksgiving Bingo Game, as well as the Thanksgiving Word Search and Alphabet Game, in our homeschool a few days before the big day.
But, what to do to make Thanksgiving extra special? Well, this year we're adding these Thanksgiving Conversation Starters to our plans!
These printable cards have Thanksgiving-specific themes (not just random topics). Designed to help you learn something new about family, friends, and loved ones, these conversation starters are such simple yet powerful ways to slow down and connect.
Fabulous Ideas for Enjoying These Conversation Starters at Your Thanksgiving Celebration
If you're wondering how to make these conversation starters work for your Thanksgiving get-together, here are some tips + tricks to get you started:
- Print your Thanksgiving Conversation Starters on cardstock and/or laminate. You'll be glad for the extra durability and can even store away to use for next year!
- Use for ice breakers, especially if your guest list includes new members to your celebration.
- Need a fun yet easy way to keep guests busy while the feast is being prepared? Pull out these conversation starters to get family, friends, and loved ones chatting.
- Wait until after the meal to use these conversation starters if you prefer a bit of a break before dessert.
- Using in your classroom or homeschool? Get kids excited and talking about the holiday and/or use as writing prompts.
- Print out copies of these conversation starters and slip into your students' take-home folders to enjoy with their families 🙂
- Have your students or guests think of other conversation starters to enjoy with all!
Get Your Free Thanksgiving Conversation Starters
You can use these Thanksgiving conversation starters to add a sparkle to your celebration. Such a simple activity tto enjoy with your family, friends, loved ones, and students!
This free printable set includes two pages of twenty Thanksgiving Conversation Starters. Four bonus cards feature cute Thanksgiving items (Pilgrim hat, Indian headband, turkey, and wreath). You can use the bonus cards as a free pass or to encourage the participant to think of their own conversation starter with that theme.
Please feel free to print out as many copies of these Thanksgiving Conversation Starters as you need for your family, homeschool, co-op, or classroom. If you know of friends or co-workers who'd enjoy these fun ways to connect, share this post. I truly appreciate your sharing!!
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How will you use these conversation starters to make wonderful holiday memories?
Please share your ideas in comments area 🙂