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  • Juli Johnson

    20 QUESTIONS : Birthday interview. What a cute idea

  • Leslie Papa

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

  • Kimberly Snyder Pearson

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

  • Siddhi Bhandari

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

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do this each year beginning with first day of kindergarten .... watch their answers change

I just asked Quintin his 20 questions for his 3rd birthday. Can't wait to do it every year and see how the answers change. I'm not sure if I'll be purchasing this book or making one of my own.

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

A (three-year) Q journal for your kid. I love the idea of sitting down to "interview" your kiddo every day. It's important to give them moments when they feel like the most important person in the room! Also, what a great way to remember the weird shit they say.

  • LifeSkills Martial Arts

    If you're looking for a short and sweet ritual you can do with your child(ren) everyday, this 3-year journal is sure to give you surprises, laughs, and a treasured keepsake. We use one for our two older boys and love looking through the past answers and laughing over them!

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

Talk About School with Your Kids: Questions to Ask- I'll need to take notes for when ABay's big enough 😊

Put year in large tshirt and take picrure every year as they grow into it.

10 Specific Questions to ask Kids about School (IMO the list of ten questions were great with my kindergartener. Haven't got the e book, and probably wouldn't read it, but the list got me thinking in a good way.)

  • mitchell brown

    I love your page nice picture and I hope you like the linke am sharing with you

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".

  • Theresa Scholl Sullivan

    I use to ask my kids...What is the best thing that happened today and what was the worst thing that happened today? always got some interesting answers. Made the kids really think about their day.

mother & child mini interview - do once a year and keep in memory book. So cute!!!

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

Remember what your kids loved most, and what they thought about at each age with these Interview Questions for Kids. Do it annually--birthday or new year!!