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Life Lessons (75 Questions to start a conversation with a teenager)

Life Lessons (starting a conversation with a teenager) - Sometimes the generation gap is wider than others. These seventy-five questions are designed to find common ground between an older adult and a teenager. They explore shared and related experiences that a conversation and relationship can be built upon. Although some of these questions are not designed for parents to ask their children all are appropriate and relivant.

75 Open ended questions that will start a conversation with a teenager

 

What song do you always sing along with?

What goals do you have for your education?

If you had your own TV network what would you put on it?

What is the most disgusting thing you have ever eaten?

What was the first thing you learned to cook?

Where is the farthest you have traveled from here?

What is your favorite dessert?

What was the first concert you went to see?

Do you believe in life on other planets?

Who do you try to impress?

Who taught you to cook?

What did you do to get pocket money as a child?

If you has 10 minutes on a popular TV talk show what would you talk about?

What is the most generous gift you have ever received?

Are you a morning person or a night owl?

How old is "old"?

Do you believe God has a sense of humor? Why?

What was the last book you read?

What is your favorite way to spend a Saturday?

Which one of your friend lives the furthest away?

What do you like to cook?

What was the best vacation you went on?

What fitness goals do you have?

What movie can you watch over and over again?

 

 

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