Fun Family Conversation Starters From Here’s A Question {And Book Giveaway!}

 Fun Family Conversation Starters and Book Giveaway

Family conversations can be challenging sometimes and it can be hard to start up a conversation with your family. Around October of last year, I started looking for a list of fun family conversation starters and randomly found this treasure called Here’s A Question online. I decided to purchase this 357 page book as a gift for my kids (age 5 and 7) for Christmas. Since Christmas this book has been a staple for us.

A couple weeks ago, I decided to look into the writer and company behind the book. To my surprise I found out they are a local company located in Alpharetta! After reaching out to them, they agreed to let me write up this article and provide 5 books to give away to my readers. I am thrilled to be able to share with you about this fabulous family resource. It really is one of the best family conversation starters I’ve found.

Now I know you can easily google “fun family conversation starters” and find plenty of online resources. However, I recently read this article – Parents: Get Off Your Phone by Tim Elmore and it encouraged me that it’s a good practice to put your smartphone down to really connect with your family. I think having something hand-held that’s not technology makes a big difference. Now, it’s only been a few months since we’ve been using this book at family dinners out or on road trips. But our conversations are much richer as a family because of it. I can’t wait to use it on our 6-hour drive for spring break!

Sample Questions

If you are anything like me, you might like to see some of the questions provided. Remember, these are family conversation starters. We usually pass the book around and everyone gets to ask one question. Once the question is asked, we typically have some discussion after it. The book is the ignition to simply start the family conversation.

  • What would you buy if money really did grow on trees?
  • What things would you do if you were never embarrassed?
  • Would you tell on a friend if he or she stole something?
  • Who is the most successful person you know and why?
  • How many candy bars will you eat in your lifetime?
  • Would you rather have one loving friend forever or $5,000,000?

As you can see the questions are really good. And I have to say that they are ageless. My husband and I have had fun time answering the questions as well!

Note: There are a few questions that might not be age appropriate for younger children. I usually just skip over those and know that one day they will be good to ask. One example is – “Why are girls gross at 7 and amazing at 17?” Yeah – not ready to talk to my kids about that, lol!

Ready to start the conversation with your family? Purchase your copy of Here’s A Question – Conversation Starters for Families

Book Giveaway

As I said before, I have 5 books to give away to 5 lucky readers! GOOD LUCK!

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More About Here’s a Question:

The purpose of this project is to unlock the dialogue many families, including ours, struggle to engage in. We live in a culture that moves us toward isolation and concealment. Our goal is to see families break the trend and grow closer through great conversations. Children express themselves in many ways, they are all different. But unlocking a great conversation can sometimes be challenging.

All of our efforts at Here’s a Question are designed to make your family laugh and enjoy quality time together. Whether it be around the dinner table, riding in the car or anywhere you spend time together.

Our hope is that your quality time will be enhanced and that your family will enjoy sharing, laughing, and learning about each other. We’ve found that as the kids become more comfortable answering fun questions it paves the way for us to approach the more difficult questions in life.

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Disclosure Statement:

Giveaway Disclosure (The Quick Version): Giveaway will close on Sunday, March 26th at Midnight EST. Five winners will be selected from all entries and selected via random draw through Random.org. Winner(s) will be notified via email & have 48 hours from time of notification to submit their mailing address. 

Disclosure (The Longer Read): While this giveaway is being promoted on Facebook, it is in no way associated with, sponsored, endorsed or administered by Facebook. By entering this giveaway, you acknowledge this and release Facebook from any responsibility of such. Furthermore, you acknowledge that any information provided for entry is being provided to Cumming Local and not to Facebook. No Purchase necessary. Giveaway open to all residents, 18 years of age or older, in the US (although it makes most sense to enter if you’re in the Atlanta area where prize is available for redemption). This giveaway opens at time of publish and closes Sunday, March 26th at Midnight EST. Entry is only accepted via the forms listed above (completion of tasks & entry of comment on this post). Prize is valued at less than $500. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Winner(s) will be selected via Random.Org and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize & provide a mailing address for shipment. If unclaimed, a new winner will be selected in the same manner. By submission of an entry, reader acknowledges that they are 18 years of age or older and also grants Cumming Local the right to use their name in a winner’s announcement, if applicable. By submission of entry, reader agrees to hold Cumming Local harmless in the event that the prize in some way negatively impacts the winner. Giveaway hosted by Cumming Local, LLC PO Box 1100, Cumming GA 30028. Void where prohibited by law.

8 thoughts on “Fun Family Conversation Starters From Here’s A Question {And Book Giveaway!}”

  1. Thanks for sharing the opportunity to win this book. It looks like an amazing way to start conversation at dinner time and road trips.

  2. I saw this book at The Cup of Joy retreat and ever since then have been thinking about buying one! These would be perfect gifts to give as baby shower gifts. Such a neat and simple concept.

  3. Great idea to get conversation going at the dinner table. Bet it’d be way more effective than “what did you do today?”

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