What Can We Talk About?

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So many things that our children can personally struggle with, right?  One big one is paying attention to others and figuring out what they can talk about.  A lot of the conversations my son has tend to focus around what he likes and not about things that the other person may be wanting to talk about or interested in.  Other times he is simply unsure of want to talk about. 

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Paying attention to others: It’s not all about me?

So many things that our children can personally struggle with, right?  One big one is paying attention to others and figuring out what they can talk about.  A lot of the conversations my son has tended to focus on what he likes and not about things that the other person may be wanting to talk about or interested in.  Other times he is simply unsure of want to talk about. 

I created the What Can We Talk About? worksheets to help him (and other children like him!) with honing their ability paying attention to the information that they learn about others, and what to do with it conversationally.  Inside this resource, you’ll find 10 worksheets, five male and five female, written in a social media profile style.  Just print and go!

To switch it up, ask your child the next day to recall one or two things they learned about the person before.  This will help them strengthen their ability to remember in real life situations as well.

***This is included in the big bundle and the worksheets bundle***

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Paying attention to others and thinking about how to use it in conversation is a skill with which most of our kids need practice!