Book Review: Daily Question for You and Your Child

What the book is about:

This fun book is a great way to engage with your kid by asking them a new question every day with space to record their answers for either 3 different kids for a year or the same child for 3 years.

What I liked: 

  • Engagement – the questions are fun to engage kids and talk about their answers
  • Wide range of questions – Questions from all over the board are in this book from making up stories to talking about spiritual things or opening the door to talk about fears.
  • Recording space – There’s plenty of space (I think) to write out what your child says.

What I didn’t like: 

  • I didn’t find anything to not like about the book. I’m terrible at doing this every day, but when we do this, it’s lots of fun.

Overall thoughts and opinions: 

I enjoyed the different way of engaging with my kids through the questions in this book. Sometime we talk at breakfast, other times, we do it while we wait for supper to cook. My kids are currently 4.5 and nearly 3. It’s definitely geared toward older kids. My 4.5 year old can mostly answer the questions, but it’s absolute nonsense with my 3 year old. I suppose that’s where the fun of doing it over 3 years comes in, to see the nonsense of 3 year old, but then to watch them grow over the years and compare the different responses.

Even if you’re like me and not good at daily stuff, the questions are so short that it’s not too much do to a few at a time. It’s even more fun if you have multiple kids and can see the answers across the age gap.

All in all, I thought this was a delightful book and I’m excited to do more questions. I give this book five stars.

5 star rating

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I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.