These 50 Family Dinner Conversation Cards will help you connect with your family around the table. No more wondering what to talk about!
You'll receive 5 pages of fun family dinner conversation cards to use during meal time - or any time! Plus, you'll also receive two labels for use with a mason jar.
As children get older and your days are filled with more activities, finding time to sit together around the table isn't easy, but it's super important!
Three of my five kids are grown and either married or in college. I have two teens still at home and I can tell you, the time goes by so fast!
I honestly wish we had spent more time around the table than we did, but I have wonderful memories of family dinners and good food around the table. Those memories are priceless!
Some days are really busy and it can be hard to find time to prepare a delicious meal that pleases the whole family.
Keep it simple. Mealtime doesn’t have to be difficult to pull together to be memorable. There are days when I feed my family on paper plates. Not everyday but it does happen.And just because we sit at the table together doesn’t mean I have to “set the table.”
You see, it’s not the amount of time you spend cooking the perfect recipe or the flair with which you set the table. It’s your smile along with comforting food that will mean the most to your family. Family is what it’s really all about.
A few ideas for making family dinner more fun:
plan themed dinner night
serve at least one dish your children love
keep food simple most night
have a conversation jar with questions to ask during meal time
Please Note: You will receive a digital .pdf file to download and print. You will not receive anything in the mail. Mason Jar and other accessories not included.
How to Use:
Print out the conversation starter pages onto white card stock paper. You can either keep the pages in your household notebook or you can cut out the individual conversation cards and put them in a jar. Pull out a different card each night or once a week and get talking!
Print labels onto sticker paper. Cut out and adhere to mason jar as shown in photo.