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    20 QUESTIONS : Birthday interview. What a cute idea

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    20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays wish I would have known about this!

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    More birthday questions for kids. 20 QUESTIONS : NOW ON BLURB

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    20 Questions : a birthday interview book for kids. Now being printed through Blurb in 5 colors.

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This would be fun to do with kiddos on their birthdays. They could share their answers with the class.

Each year ask the kids these questions on their birthdays - like "What's your favorite animal" and "What is your favorite book" Put them in their baby books and see how they change through the years. Such a cute idea!

Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large T-Shirt. Take a picture each year with the same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party.

Interview your kids on video periodically. It's a blast to watch later on. Here are some question ideas.

A Day In My Life: Birthday Interview...like the handprint on this one

A great idea for kids birthdays to ask the same 20 questions every year and then give it to them when theyre older. @ in-the-cornerin-the-corner

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FREE printable family dinner questions - over 180 get-to-know-you questions plus fun trivia to ask your kids! @How Does She

30 questions to ask your kids, one for every day of the month. This blog writes a new set of questions every month, some are silly some are serious:)

Birthday interview questions ask your kids these questions every year on their birthday once they can understand them and see what they say and how it changes. I'm going to do this and record each year.

Talking about school with the kids is sometimes like teeth pulling! Some tips and questions to ask your kids after a day at school to get an answer more than "I dunno".

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship- these are sweet.