“What color of the rainbow do you feel like today? With such fabulous prompts, this daily questionnaire will bring out imaginative answers from preschoolers to elementary students.”
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Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal is a journal that allows children and parents to share the evolution of dreams, feelings, and thoughts over the years. The Q&A a Day for Kids can also serve as a journal for children who intend to keep a time capsule of their own ideas, be it serious or whimsical, about the world.
The Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal is developed by children’s author Betsy Franco, who is also the author of numerous children’s books including Zero Is The Leaves On The Tree, Double Play, A Dazzling Display of Dogs, and A Curious Collection of Cats. She now lives in Palo Alto.
In the Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal, Betsy poses a question every day with just a few lines provided for an answer, making this journal a record keeper for many years to come.
On any given day, parents can turn to the date and write their child’s, or children’s, response on the present date. They can proceed to the next section after they finish a year. Parents can start the journal on the day of the year, and it makes a wonderful gift or keepsake for parents. With the passage of years, parents can turn back to the responses and see that how the responses of their child had evolved. The Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal consists of 368 pages.