Provide a vehicle for families across the country to have meaningful, brave conversations.
Pick cards in numerical order—or choose random questions—from the deck for your student to answer. But watch out—a WILD card means the roles reverse and the adults must answer one or both questions!
Our family has really enjoyed playing with the Drive-A-Logue cards. We take the cards with us anytime we are in the car together, and even bring them with us when go to a restaurant.
Each scenario led to meaningful conversations between the two of us and, as a parent, I feel better knowing that she is now more prepared for the situations that she could possibly be faced with.
The “What if” questions have been great conversation starters for us to discuss as a family, some are funny, some are imaginative, and some are serious topics that all families need to discuss.
My 16 year old daughter (going into her Junior year in high school) and I recently had the opportunity to utilize the cards, to talk through the various scenarios. Some of the scenarios are ones that my daughter has actually experienced and others were thought provoking-prompting my daughter to really think about what she would do in certain situations.
Drive-A-Logue cards helped us cover a few important topics with the kids that we haven’t discussed before.