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Conversation Starters for Kids: Help Your Kids Build Lasting Friendships and Meaningful Connections with these Simple Conversation Starters

Brittany McKechnie
Teaching Your Students How to Have a Conversation | Edutopia Third Grade Classroom, Spanish Classroom, 2nd Grade, Edutopia, Social Thinking, School Psychology, Conflict Resolution, School Counseling, Counselor Education

I was recently in a third grade classroom and was struck by the presence of rules that were posted for how to have a conversation. Having visited many middle and high schools, I think these same rules could -- and probably should -- be posted there as well.

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Making Conversations – Speaking English – Vocabulary Home Learn English Speaking, Learn English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words Learning, English Language Learning, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Lessons, Teaching English, Tenses English

Making Conversations – Speaking English Follow the example conversations; Hello / Hi / Alright, How are you? or How are you today? I’m fine thank you or I’m very well thanks, and you? I’m great! or Actually, I’m a bit sick today. and etc… Follow the example conversations;

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In a pre-pandemic post, “What to say when you don’t know what to say,” I made a big list of some of my favorite conversational shortcuts that I like to drop to keep conversations from being needlessly confrontational or boring. Stuff like: “It wasn’t for me” when somebody asks you what you thought of something