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New Educational PSHE Games Get Families Talking

Product News / March 9, 2010

What is your Dads favourite hero and why, who is your Mums favourite author and what bugs you the most about….? A couple of new educational games in the form of discussion cards gets everyone talking like never before. Suddenly meal times take on a new look and everyone can open up the conversation.

These new ice breaker games in the form of discussion cards are ideal to get the conversation flowing and get everyone to open up and share their thoughts. As a PSHE educational games it gets even the reluctant talker to join in.

Regular mealtimes help families develop more than just good eating habits. As the conversation flows around the dining table, children learn to share views and ideas, develop listening skills and gain mutual respect.

As interesting discussions take place, there is an opportunity for the family to really get to know each other and to find out family traditions. Sharing love, laughter and fun brings a family closer and regular time together offers children a deep sense of security and stability.

We all know that mealtimes offer families an opportunity to come together, reconnect and share their day, but due to our busy lives dinner often becomes a “meal on the move”. To make life easier we end up with dinner on our laps, teenagers permanently plugged into their MP3 and six year olds glued to the TV. Wouldn’t  it be nice if everyone was happy to come to the table without persuasion, and willingly stay there for the duration of the meal. Fink cards make mealtimes enjoyable for all the family.

The new Fink cards have had some rave reviews:

“ Lisa Warner’s Fink Cards are some of the most exciting and creative ideas I’ve ever seen to stimulate family conversation and connection. Any family would want them in their home as a key component to the harmony and understanding we are all looking for.”   Lynne Franks

“If you’re having trouble persuading your taciturn children to do more than grunt at mealtimes, mother-of-four Lisa Warner’s new Fink™ Cards could be just what you need.”   Raising Kids

“We have had so much fun with these cards and all learnt new stuff about each other. They have been a brilliant way of getting kids to want to sit and eat their tea. Sophie has taken to them so so much she wants to play them with her friends too. They have made all of us get involved in talking to each other – such a simple idea but works fantastic. I would recommend these for all ages most definitely. My mum asked if she can borrow them at Christmas as it would be brilliant fun with lots of us!”

Fink cards from keen2learn

Fink cards from keen2learn

“What a great idea” Chris Evans Radio 2 DJ

What is your Dads favourite hero and why, who is your Mums favourite author and what bugs you the most about….? A couple of new educational games in the form of discussion cards gets everyone talking like never before. Suddenly meal times take on a new look and everyone can open up the conversation.

These new ice breaker games in the form of discussion cards are ideal to get the conversation flowing and get everyone to open up and share their thoughts. As a PSHE educational games it gets even the reluctant talker to join in.

Regular mealtimes help families develop more than just good eating habits. As the conversation flows around the dining table, children learn to share views and ideas, develop listening skills and gain mutual respect.

As interesting discussions take place, there is an opportunity for the family to really get to know each other and to find out family traditions. Sharing love, laughter and fun brings a family closer and regular time together offers children a deep sense of security and stability.

We all know that mealtimes offer families an opportunity to come together, reconnect and share their day, but due to our busy lives dinner often becomes a “meal on the move”. To make life easier we end up with dinner on our laps, teenagers permanently plugged into their MP3 and six year olds glued to the TV. Wouldn’t  it be nice if everyone was happy to come to the table without persuasion, and willingly stay there for the duration of the meal. Fink cards make mealtimes enjoyable for all the family.

The new Fink cards have had some rave reviews:

“ Lisa Warner’s Fink Cards are some of the most exciting and creative ideas I’ve ever seen to stimulate family conversation and connection. Any family would want them in their home as a key component to the harmony and understanding we are all looking for.”   Lynne Franks

“If you’re having trouble persuading your taciturn children to do more than grunt at mealtimes, mother-of-four Lisa Warner’s new Fink™ Cards could be just what you need.”   Raising Kids

“We have had so much fun with these cards and all learnt new stuff about each other. They have been a brilliant way of getting kids to want to sit and eat their tea. Sophie has taken to them so so much she wants to play them with her friends too. They have made all of us get involved in talking to each other – such a simple idea but works fantastic. I would recommend these for all ages most definitely. My mum asked if she can borrow them at Christmas as it would be brilliant fun with lots of us!” Sharon Mum of 3

“What a great idea” Chris Evans Radio 2 DJ


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