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  • Dating Savannah Love

    Wow, you can definitely get to know a persons interest when asking these questions. Also great compatibility questions!

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Free! Bingo icebreaker!!! Love this for my social skills group!!!!

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  • Hailey Watkins

    Being a middle schooler, I don't believe this will work.

  • Sophie Timelady

    ^same here. The way this is written leads me to believe the publisher thinks that middle schoolers are useless idiots who couldn't see an obvious, awkward, and cliche conversation starter if it slapped you in the face with a magazine article on "Understanding Your Teen" honestly, if you want to get to know us, spend time with us, and when you talk, don't prepare yourself for the typical. Thanks, sincerely, a middle schooler who wants to be seen as an actual person.


    I am the homeschool mom of a middle school daughter. I spend all day with her and sometimes I want to talk to her but I can't think of what she might like to talk about other than the same old things. She always wants to talk about the same few things day after day and I would like to talk about something else for a few minutes! Of all the pins that I have on pinterest this one gets repinnned the most - several times a day!

Conversation Starters - Great for oral language development at the beginning of the year. (Handy writing topics later on too . . . )