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Talking About Honesty and Trust

Start talking about honesty and trust at your family dinner table with these conversation starters about truth, lies and behaving honestly.

Real Family Dinner Projects: The Miller Family

Meet the Millers, a military family enjoying family dinners and teaching others how to share food, fun and conversation to make the most of mealtimes.

Feeding Falsehoods

Are parents accidentally discouraging honesty through common family dinner practices? We might be hearing — and telling — more “white lies” than we think!

Talking About Goals for the Future

Get your family talking about goals for the future with these thoughtful, low-pressure conversation starters for ages 8 and up!

Real Family Dinner Projects: The Lewis Family

Writer Debi Lewis and her family have experienced navigating family dinner with medical needs, as well as dealing with busy teen schedules.

5 Christmas Movie Dinner Scenes That Need Expert Help

These 5 Christmas movie dinner scenes are classics, but they could use some expert help from The Family Dinner Project to make them merrier!

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Age-Appropriate Family Dinner Chores for Kids

Get the whole family helping at mealtimes with our printable list of age-appropriate family dinner chores for kids from 2-18 (and beyond)!