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Life Lessons (Questions for a Child to Ask Their Parent)

Life Lessons - We also have a section that is a collection of questions designed to help dig deeper into life situations.  They are geared toward life’s most common and most uncommon events. Some of them are humorous while others are some of the most serious and important topics in life. These questions are designed to allow a child to take control and ask and better get to know their parent. This collection of get to know you  is designed to cross the generation gap.



60 Questions for a child to better understand their parents


If you had one wish what would it be?

What does the word "success" mean to you?

What would your dream job be?

What do you respect about your mother?

What do you respect about your Father?

Who is your favorite teacher? Why?

What nickname do your friends call you?

What do you think I should look for in someone I date?

What are the qualities that make a good friend?

If you could break one law with impunity what would it be?

What slang word or phrase is most over used?

What music do you hate?

What was the first sporting event you went to?

What is your warmest birthday memory?

Who is there in your life that you would take a bullet for?

Why where you given your name?

Why was I given my name?

If you could go on a vacation anywhere in the world where would it be?

What song do you always sing along with?

What goals do you have for my education?

How did you and mom/dad meet?

What was the first thing you learned to cook?

Where is the farthest you have traveled from here?

What was the first concert you went to see?



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