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30 Questions to Ask Your Child at the Place of "How Was Your Day?"


30 Questions to Ask Your Child at the Place of "How Was Your Day?"

When I get my son out of school on the first day of school, I always ask the same question: "So how was your day?" And I always get the same answer: "good". Come on, this is the first day of school, and that's all you tell me! The second day, same question. And there, he replied: "there are not too many fools". Great ... I guess the problem comes from me. This question does not inspire him much. It is too broad, indeterminate and not really interesting. So I thought of some alternatives and prepared a list of questions that my son could answer with a single word ... or even a grunt. In fact, he even thought for at least 30 minutes before answering question 8!

The questions a child will love to answer when leaving school

1. What did you eat at noon?
2. Have you seen anyone put their fingers in their noses?
3. What game did you play during recess?
4. What's the funniest thing that happened to you today?
5. Did someone do something super nice for you? 6. What is the nicest thing you did for someone today?
7. Who made you laugh today?
8. Which teacher (or teacher) would survive a zombie attack? Why ?
9. What did you learn again today?
10. Who brought the best tea today? What was that ?
11. What challenge have you faced today?
12. If the school was a merry-go-round, what would it be? Why ?
13. How would you rate your day at school from 1 to 10? Why ? 14. If one of your comrades could replace the master or the mistress for a day, who would you choose? Why ?
15. If you had the chance to be the teacher, what subject would you like to teach?
16. Has anyone made you angry today?
17. Who would you like to have as a friend that you do not have yet? Why ?
18. What is the most important rule of your teacher?
19. What is the most fun thing to do during recess?
20. Does your mistress / master remind you of someone you know? How?
21. Tell me something you learned about one of your friends today.
22. If extraterrestrials landed in your school and kidnapped children, who would you like it to be?
23. What did you do today that was helpful?
24. When did you feel most proud of yourself today?
25. What was the hardest rule to follow today?
26. What is the most important thing you would like to learn before the end of the school year?
27. Which person in your class is your exact opposite?
28. Which place in the yard is the most fun?
29. What activity would you like to master this year?
30. Are there children who have trouble following the rules in your class?
And now, you now know the questions to ask your child to tell you about his day.

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