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My daughter is 9 and autistic. She recently asked for help with conversations etc as her anxiety can often cause her speech delay to kick in even more than usual. Showed her these and she thinks they are amazing. They are bright, soft and offer a wide choice of questions. Brilliant help for helping with conversation starters or a social boost in confidence.
My husband who is in a care home is now finding it difficult to make conversation and his thinking skills are not good, I saw this and immediately thought of him, its plain, simple, easy to handle. The carers will play the "game " with him throwing the rubber dicees and then asking him the question that one of the dice shows. It helps him think and TRY and work out the answer, as the questions are about everyday things that you did in the past few years ago, it helps him to think and to try and say what hes thinking.in a fun way.
I purchased these as conversation starters working with vulnerable and looked after children. I've tested them out on my own children ages 6.9.10 and they love them. There are a mixture of questions, some about feelings and other more general questions such as those about food.
I got these to use in 1:1 sessions with children. They are really good ice breakers but some of the questions can prompt a child to open up to more difficult subjects. The children I work with have all asked i bring them to every session. You won't regret buying these and they're a superb addition to your support "toolkit"
I bought these on Prime Day and am very pleased with them. We regularly look after our 4-year-old grandson and live with 95-year-old parents and the cubes have provided useful topics for both age groups - I’m more selective with the questions I ask our grandson but these have proved fun and with useful topics of conversation.
These are great for children of all ages. I’m a speech therapist and am using them for my EAL children and those with delayed language or who lack confidence in talking. I’ve used them for nursery up to year 6. A little re wording used at times for nursery children but all the kids loved them.
Brought this to help my son expand his vocab, imagination, presentation, comprehension etc as part of an effort to help with his English comp. Fun way to ask a few questions to help probe and understand a story/text far in far more depth