We all know that it can be difficult to get kids to answer questions. As a mom raising one child who struggles to speak and another who struggles with handwriting, creative solutions to this problem are a must, especially as kids enter their teens. Conversations are challenging to start with and continue to be for any parent of a teenager.
You may already be used to getting either a “yea,” a “nope” or even just a grunt when you ask questions but what if there were tools that could help you get more out of your child? Today, we’ll look at three apps that can help kids get the answer to any question and spark more conversations than just “yes” or “no”.
Rated 12+, Kiwi Q&A is an app that allows kids to ask and answer questions. Users can be anonymous or create a profile and attract followers and likes. You