Daily Hellos

LQ: 9.05


Brain grade: 8.7
Fun score: 9.4

Platform/Console: , LWK Recommended Age: 4+ Thinking Skills Used: , Academic Skills Used:


  Daily Hellos is an app where the user engages in conversation with a partner or group of people based on themed questions. The app offers questions for relationships, families, self-care, vacations, road trips, and icebreakers for first time meetings. 

The user opens the app and selects a theme and then swipes through the questions provided in the themed deck. If a question really speaks to the user or the group, they can click on the heart at the top of the screen and favorite it for another future conversation. 

Users can also send questions to people via text or email in case they want to engage in conversations with people who they cannot be with in person. 

Daily Hellos is a free to use app but some decks require in-app purchases. It is currently available on iOS.

Daily Hellos helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Focus: Developing a longer attention span. 

Answering targeted questions and listening to the responses of others requires the user to use their focusing skills. Some questions may have quick responses while others may take the conversation down a longer path requiring a lengthy amount of focusing time. For users who struggle with focusing, apps like Daily Hellos can help because they allow the user to practice their focusing skills with interesting questions that help maintain a high level of interest. By using this app with a partner or group of people, the user is able to practice sustaining their focus to answer their own questions as well as listening to the responses of others. Starting with just one or two questions and working towards a longer Q&A session can help get this process started. 

Self-Awareness: Understanding our own actions, thoughts and feelings.

Some of the questions in Daily Hellos are simple and fun while others require a deeper amount of thought or feeling for their answer. The user can practice their self-awareness skills by answering these questions with a person or group of people that they trust. For users who struggle with putting their feelings into words, going through these questions with people or even on their own can open up the conversation for why they feel a certain way or how this can influence their actions. Starting off with simpler questions can be a way to introduce this way of talking about feelings before heading into heavier topics. 

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