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Inside Highlights September 2016

11 Thought-Provoking Questions You Might Have Never Thought of Asking Your Kids

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Our monthly head-scratcher, BrainPlay, presents kids with a series of open-ended questions designed to invite their most creative, out-of-the-box thinking. BrainPlay—which used to be called Headwork—offers a combo of factual and inspirational questions for children to contemplate as they push their minds to the limit. The questions challenge youngsters to compare, contrast, reflect, and make choices.
BrainPlay presents kids with a series of open-ended questions designed to invite their most creative, out-of-the-box thinking. Download the free printable questions to challenge your kids...

Take a look at this month’s issue, or download the printable September questions here. For fun, create a challenge: several times a week, disclose one question at breakfast, let your kids’ creative juices flow, and then revisit the prompt for a revealing or hilarious evening discussion!

BrainPlay presents kids with a series of open-ended questions designed to invite their most creative, out-of-the-box thinking.

Download the free printable questions to challenge your kids...

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As we approach the holiday season, what’s your kids’ favorite way to communicate with Grandma and Grandpa—whether or not they live nearby?

Parents Talk Back
As we approach the holiday season, what’s your kids’ favorite way to communicate with Grandma and Grandpa—whether or not they live nearby?
In-person visits.
68% (36 votes)
Skype or FaceTime.
19% (10 votes)
Calls via cell phones or landlines.
6% (3 votes)
Handwritten cards and letters.
8% (4 votes)
Total votes: 53