Melissa & Doug Family Dinner Box of Questions Game - 82 Conversation Starters on Cards
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- Spend quality time with your family, sharing thoughts and stories
- 82 conversation starters
- Durable round cardboard question cards
- Stores in round 5" diameter, 3.25" high box
- Ages 6 years and up
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Want to hear more at dinner than "Pass the peas"? Wrap your "noodle" around these questions and dinner will never be dull again!
From the Manufacturer
From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.
Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. It’s part of a bigger vision to Take Back Childhood. Because by giving children a true childhood with the space and freedom to explore their world, we give them a path to realizing their full potential!
Top customer reviews
When I opened the box and began looking at the cards, my 4 year old was immediately intrigued. She's just learning to read and loves any opportunity to do so. She pulled the cards out and began trying to read them. The questions are pretty simple. My Mother and I were making dinner as she sat on the bar. We read maybe 6 cards and it was so much fun. My Mother told me that she and I haven't had that much fun together in a while, you know where we really talked. We played it at dinner as well.
Some of the card questions are:
"What's the coziest place in the house?"
"If you could have any wild animal as a pet what would it be?"
"What is your favorite dessert?"
There are also so blank cards so you can write your own questions. My friend came over and saw them. She liked them. She told me about how her aunt had a jar filled with homemade prompts that they used during dinner. I plan to do that but these cards are very cute and a great jumping off point.
My only con would be, though the cards are durable-ish (like a standard playing card would be) I wish they were laminated for easy cleaning since it'll be used by kids during dinner. I will probably laminate them later on.
If you are worried its only for people to do with their young children, I would say that my husband and I played for two hours this weekend over coffee while the kids slept. Sometimes after you are around each other all day or year after year, you forget to ask the important questions, like "Would you want your family to have its own reality show?"
Fast forward to the days after Christmas and the six of us sitting at the table. From the simplest to the silliest questions we were having a blast. My son was thrilled to be the MC of this little game. We have had so much fun that in the four year old is in on the action.
It's great for around the table or even road trip or bored rainy day conversation starters. We are all very happy with this fun simple little game. Your kids wont be running off to the TV or devices and that's a good thing!
A solid $10 investment in the family.
**My kids are Girl 5 and Boy 8- it was fun to hear the imaginative answers my 5 year old came up with....