Two of Around the Table's award winning games in one tin. Family Talk and Grandparent Talk cards, each with 100 cards per deck, connect generations through fun and diverse conversations. Available March 2009.
Created by teens, for teens, this set of 50 diverse questions is sure to spark some colorful conversations. The cool carabiner clip attaches to backpacks, sports bags and overnight bags. Launch date: February 15, 2009.
Designed for kids heading off to camp or for family camping trips, this fun game was created for kids, by kids. It’s also a good way for kids to get to know new friends at camp. The handy flashlight and compass allow you to navigate your way back to your campsites or cabin for some fun, late night conversations. Great around the campfire too. It's "perfect for kids going away to summer camp. This product was requested by specialty retailers," Owner Beth Daniels of Around the Table told TDmonthly. Launch date: February 15, 2009.
Created by kids, for kids, Buddy Talk is a fun way to get friends talking. Children can find out a ton about their friends at the bus stop, during recess or at a sleepover. They just draw a card, read one of the 50 cool questions, and let the fun begin. Launch date: February 15, 2009.
“Grandpa, what kinds of pets did you have?” Uncover family stories that haven’t been shared in years or generations! Simply pick a card, ask the question and watch your family history unfold. This game keeps family history alive with diverse topics that allow grandkids and grandparents to discover more about each other through conversation.
This second edition of the Family Talk game includes 100 new and fun questions to continue conversations between family members and friends. This portable conversation game easily takes dinner table conversation anywhere. It can be attached to a purse or backpack for portable family fun. This product received a 2009 Tillywig Brain Child Award.
Each deck of 100 cards is attached to a carabineer clip for easy transport. Simply pick a card, ask the question and get a surprising glimpse into the hearts and minds of family members. Questions such as “What was dinnertime like when you were young?” offer players a surprising glimpse into the hearts and minds of family members. Diverse topics reveal surprising answers, even from hard-to-talk-to teens.