Many parents talk to their children, explain to them how the world works, and just talk about the little things, and rightly so.
Even babies love to be talked to, and children between the ages of one and three understand much more than you think. Children’s curiosity should be encouraged, and it turns out that there is a good reason for this: when you answer a child’s questions, you help develop his intelligence.
What to talk about with the child? Catch 50 cool topics.
1 What are you dreaming about?
2 What makes you happy?
3 What do your friends enjoy?
4 What would you like to do right now?
5 What do you think about when you wake up?
6 Have you ever wanted to change the colors of familiar things?
7 Which character makes you laugh the most?
8 If you had to open a store, what would you sell there?
9 What is the name of your Superhero and what power does he have?
10 Imagine that you are now on the beach. What will you do first?
11 If you had the opportunity to grow something in the garden or vegetable garden, what would it be?
12 When do you feel brave?
13 What fills your heart with tenderness?
14 How do you show your concern?
15 How do you feel when I hug you?
16 If animals could talk, what do you think they would talk about?
17 If you had 1000 dollars for charity, what would you do?
18 What would your treehouse look like?
19 What do you like to do for other people?
20 Did something cheer you up today or make you laugh?
21 If you had to write a book, what would it be about?
22 If you could draw anything that comes to mind, what kind of picture would it be?
23 If you were a fashion designer, what would he look like?
24 Do you like to make gifts and give something to other people? Why?
25 Imagine yourself a chef and tell me about your restaurant. What food would be on his menu?
26 What will you think about before bed today?
27 At what points do you feel grateful?
28 What sounds do you like?
29 Where would you like to go on a trip? And how will you get there?
30 If you could build a house or a cave in the woods, what would they look like?
31 If you could ask any question to a wild animal, what would you ask it about?
32 Imagine being able to spend the whole day outdoors: what would you do?
33 What makes you stronger?
34 What invigorates you?
35 If you were the hero of a computer game, who would it be?
36 How do animals communicate with each other, in your opinion?
37 What do you like most about wildlife?
38 Let’s say you need to take pictures all day. What or whom will you shoot on camera?
39 What memory makes you happy?
40 What annoys you?
41 Describe your best day. Why is he like that and what are you doing?
42 What animal could become a first-class driver?
43 What makes your friends so amazing?
44 And what makes you so wonderful?
45 Do you come up with any inventions?
46 Do you think learning a foreign language is fun?
47 What three things would you like to do this summer/fall/winter/spring?
48 If you had to come up with a new holiday, what would it be like?
49 What makes a person smart?
50 If you had friends all over the world, how would you communicate with them?
Don’t worry if your child is reluctant to answer the question at first, and don’t rush it with the answer, don’t move on to the next question too quickly. Although most of the questions are humorous, a trusting conversation will show your child that you are genuinely interested in them.