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Kid Conversation Cards

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Small Group Discussion Tool

These Customizable Conversation Cards get kids talking - but they work like a game!

You are going to LOVE this tool!



Perfect for Small Groups, or any setting where you want to get kids talking: small groups, camp cabins, pre-service, VBS, child-care settings, etc.

Leaders hold a small deck of cards face down, one of which wins a prize! (The prize can be anything you want it to be, big or small. The point is to offer a chance to WIN.)

It’s a fun, easy way to create anticipation, engage kids in conversation, and learn more about your students. These Kid Conversation Cards will open the door to many thoughtful conversations.

This Kid Conversation Cards Download now comes ready with 40 great conversation starter questions PLUS 16 blank templates for endless possible conversations. Also includes 8 different "You Win" designs! You can even customize to fit your curriculum! Optional fun card backs are provided as well if you want to print two sides.


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