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Inside Highlights December 2016

11 Mind-Boggling Questions That Are Just Perfect for Thoughtful Children

Highlights 4Cs

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Curious
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Creative
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This month’s BrainPlay asks kids to think about what interests them most right now and why they find those things appealing—and includes other thought-provoking questions as well.
BrainPlay December 2016

BrainPlay December 2016There are no trick questions here. What you see is what you get: 11 child-centric, probing prompts that inspire young ones to let their minds wander and, if they want, to share their thoughts with you, at bedtime…or breakfast…or dinner.

We want kids to know we care where they like to eat (and why), what they like about their favorite sport, and the most interesting thing they learned this week, anywhere, at any time, in any context.

So check out page 6 of the December issue for our BrainPlay Q’s, or print out the page here. Then use the questions to guide open-ended conversations, or encourage your child to tackle the page at his own pace, in any setting. And remember: there are no wrong answers.