Dear Diary, This fall, Caitlynn started school. My little girl–who wasn’t even on earth a few years before–was sitting in a classroom, learning letters, singing songs and making friends. So much goes on in the span of six hours. Although I would love to call off work and spend the day in pre-k, I have to make money to pay the tuition that posts to my bank account on the first of the month. To make sure I don’t miss out on anything, I generated a list of questions to find out how my daughter’s day went. Here are 21 questions to ask your preschooler that are guaranteed to spark a conversation. What was the best part of your day? What new word did you learn? What fun activity did you do? What story did your teacher read today? What was the story about? What letter did you practice? What things begin with that letter? What made you laugh? What was your favorite food served at lunch? What were you thankful for? What games did you play with your friends? What song did you sing? What activity did you do during circle time? Did someone do or say something silly? Did someone do or say something mean? Did you listen to your teacher? Did you cry or get upset over something? If you were the teacher, what would you teach the class? Who is your best friend and why? What didn’t you want to do? What do you want to do tomorrow that you didn’t do today? Hey DFTM Fam–What do you ask your preschooler to learn about his/her day? Get ideas when you download this FREE printable. One Response Erica @ Healthy Christian Mom November 19, 2014 Heather, I ask my daughter the first question on this list everyday. What was the best thing about your day. It is pretty funny. I think she works all day to have a specific answer to that question when she gets in the car. I also ask her: “What is one thing you know now that you did not know when I dropped you off this morning?” There is always never just one thing. I will definitely integrate some of these questions into our commute home after school. Thank so much for compiling this list:-) Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.