52 Essential Conversations

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52 Essential Conversations

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A clever card game that reduces family stress and prepares children for life.

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Top 10 Benefits:

  1. Increase self-motivation.

  2. Practice perspective-taking skills.

  3. Learn effective communication.

  4. Develop self-awareness.

  5. Broaden critical thinking skills.

  6. Deepen growth mindset.

  7. Build executive functions.

  8. Reduce social anxiety.

  9. Build empathy and responsibility.

  10. Build vocabulary and academic language.

52 Essential Conversations gives parents what they need to cleverly transform everyday interactions with their children into deeply memorable learning experiences that nurture children to be purposeful and empathetic adults.
— Dr. Todd Rose, Harvard Graduate School of Education
This card game would fit into any home or classroom setting. It’s a wonderful game to elevate the thinking of growing minds, by asking big questions about important life skills. By engaging in these conversations children will be able to gather more interpersonal tools and the ability to self reflect.
— Kira Repici, Montessori School Teacher

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Supports school social-emotional learning standards. Develop competencies in:

Self-Awareness: Ability to recognize and understand one’s feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Ability to assess one’s strengths and limitations.

Self Management: Ability to regulate and express one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations. Ability to set and strive for goals in life.

Social Awareness: Ability to show understanding and empathy for others. Ability to understand social and ethical norms for behavior.

Relationship Skills: Ability to form and maintain healthy relationships, work in teams, and effectively handle conflicts.

Responsible Decision-Making: Ability to make ethical and constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Ability to take on the perspectives of a range of human differences. Ability to embrace others’ voices, power, and culture toward increasing justice and fairness for all.