Thanksgiving Table Talk

Posted by: Shel Harrington 18 November, 2013 22 Comments

Thanksgiving Table Talk

One of the ways to put the THANKS back into Thanksgiving mentioned in an earlier article is having paper and pencil at each dinner place so that those gathered could share what they were thankful for during the meal. A fun alternative to that exercise is the use of Thanksgiving conversation cards. Get some thought-provoking and potentially hilarious conversations going at the dinner table by reading questions out for the gobblers to answer while they’re eating. Here are some links to printable conversation cards or topic lists to get you started.

For a list of questions that will have the different generations interacting in a new way, click here to get AARP’s printout.

Courtesy of www.aarp.org
Courtesy of www.aarp.org

 

If you’re looking for some cards that are already made up with fun topics and ready to print out, click here to visit skiptomylou.com

Courtesy of skiptomylou.org
Courtesy of skiptomylou.org

 

You can find an interesting list of questions that incorporate the original Thanksgiving ready to be printed out by clicking here to visit www.bnute.com.

Courtesy of www.bnute.com
Courtesy of www.bnute.com

 

Whether you print off the conversation starters above or just use them as inspiration for your own conversation cards, Thanksgiving dinner chat is bound to be more interesting than ever! The upside to using conversation cards is the interesting things you learn about family and friends. The downside to using them is you might find out you’re more like that crazy cousin than you would have liked to know!

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