Wednesday, November 23, 2011

2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Family Talk 2 Review and Giveaway! - CLOSED!

 I have a very fun game to add to my 2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Family Talk 2 from Continuum Games!  We love to sit down as a family for dinner.  Right now at the ages of 7 and 3, my kids have a lot to talk about!  Sometimes we have to remind them that it's time to eat and that they need to talk less.  I do know that this won't always be the case and it might be a struggle to get my kids to talk to me!  With Family Talk 2 we can read the questions on the cards and use them as topics for discussion!  For instance: "Describe the birth of each of your children OR if adopted describe the homecoming"  These questions are great to share with your family!  This would make a great game for the Thanksgiving dinner table or Christmas dinner table too!  Family is so important to me!  Bonding with my children is easier with Family Talk 2!


 More About Family Talk 2:


The second edition of our award winning Family Talk game. Engage your family in meaningful conversations with this set of 100 new and exciting questions. Simply pick a card, ask the question and get a surprising and often hilarious glimpse into the hearts and minds of family members. Winner of the Tillywig Brain Child Award.
  • Second edition of our popular Family Talk game
  • Fun, Portable family game of conversation keeps today’s busy families connected
  • 100 new and exciting question cards attached to round carabiner clip for use anywhere – at home, at a restaurant, in the car, on vacation
  • Questions that get the whole family talking – even hard-to-talk-to Teens!
  • Portable, thoughtprovoking, fun!
  • Great as a travel game
  • Ages 3+
  • Great gift idea

BUY IT:

You can purchase Family Talk 2 here for only $9.99!

Thanks to Continuum Games one lucky Adventures of a Thrifty Mommy reader will win Family Talk 2!  Click "Read More" and follow the Rafflecopter directions to enter.



37 comments:

eclairre said...

Asking questions to get the convo started.

Nikki Cole said...

Mine is only 1 so we just talk about the diffrent foods on het plate
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BrunoDogg2 said...

I just ask questions about school. I also ask about what they want to do after dinner.
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Christina Gould said...

I don't have to get them to talk, but I do have to get them to be quiet. Thanks for the giveaway!

Belinda said...

We just ask opened ended questions

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lisa said...

Just asking questions : )

Davney said...

My kids are never quiet at the dinner table! :)

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Amy W. said...

I can ask them anything to get them talking. It's getting them to be quiet that's the problem. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

alena said...

just asking questions
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3 Giggly Monsters said...

WE always ask questions about who everyones day was.
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Kris said...

We are already a very open talkative family, but I would ask specific questions about their day

julie said...

We keep the tv turned off!
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Stephanie said...

make sure we all are at the table. Sometimes to get things going, we make funny faces to make everyone laugh and get in a better mood.

Amber Jackson said...

Normally I can't get them to stop talking and eat! lol

Bonita12 said...

Our dinners at the table seem quick and crazy sometimes. My two boys do not seem to sit still for long - want to eat quick and move on to other things.
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KiddieKapers said...

my kids always ask about something like this!! didn't know it existed!

slb3334 said...

We talk about what is going on in the town.

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bored2quickly said...

We play Scrabble together every night during dinner. That creates tons of conversation! Happy holidays! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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Kathy said...

We make sure the TV is off and no phones.

crystletellerday said...

we just talk crystletellerday@yahoo.com

Sunnie said...

We ask questions and really listen
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Reeva M. said...

i always share about my day first and i leave an open ended question at the end.. works like a charm :)

rfosterparents@yahoo.com said...

We are quiet...the kids seem the need to talk...one always says something....

JaneSToney said...

We always have the rule no cell phones at the table. We go around the table and talk about our day.

melmorgan4 said...

Ask questions and solicit their input on some decisions.

erma said...

We talk about how their dat went.
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Diane52 said...

I ask tons of questions
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casey aubut said...

We play the High/Low game and ask the kids what their favorite part of the day was and their least facvorite
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Anonymous said...

We talk about how our day was.

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Tawnya said...

We ask our son what he learned at school today.

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

Ask a lot of questions
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Diana said...

Asking questions!
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Robin Blankenship said...

We ask lots of questions

Tucson Trinklein's said...

Ask questions ;)
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Jen Crum said...

it's sometimes a struggle to get the family talking at dinner. We ask questions, talk about the day. My "big" boys are 2 and 3 right now, the baby doesn't talk.. it's not always easy to hold a conversation with the big guys either.
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Jo said...

ask questions about their day

amy16323 said...

ask how school was
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