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  • Katherine Erickson

    fun possible writing prompts or morning meeting ideas. 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.

  • Robin King

    Family Dinner Questions - 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:)

  • Wendy Schones

    We have the beat time at the dinner table and this will be fun to try! Family dinner time-- 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:)

  • Lauren Litchfield

    Family dinner time -- 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. What a great idea!

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