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101 Fun Questions For Kids To Get Them Talking

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These fun questions for kids are ideal to ask if you want to create some fun and interesting conversations with your children.

Children love anything that involves being a little silly and these funny questions to ask kids do just that. They ask some ridiculous and interesting talking points they’ll love.

The great thing about fun questions to ask a kid is that this list will keep them entertained for hours! One question will lead to a lot of further ones that will have them imagining all kinds of fun scenarios!

I loved using these questions with my younger students when I was an ESL teacher, as they loved expressing their opinions which was great for helping them improve their fluency in a second language. It also led to some interesting discussions, to say the least!

We hope these funny questions to ask a kid will provide you with lots of great ideas for conversation starters, whether you’re a parent or a teacher!

Fun Questions For Kids List

  1. If you could have one superpower, what would it be?

2. What’s your favorite game to play at school?

3. If you had a pet dinosaur, what name would you give it?

4. If you could invent something to make your life easier, what would you create?

5. If one food could rain down from the sky, what would you like to rain down?

6. Who would win in a battle: Darth Vader or Batman?

7. If you could have one animal as a pet, which animal would you choose?

8. What’s your favorite flavor of ice cream?

9. If you could create a new animal, what would it look like?

10. If you could travel to the moon, what would you take with you?

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11. If you could only have one type of pizza for the rest of your life, what would it be?

12. What’s your favorite cartoon character?

13. Which musical instrument would you like to learn to play?

14. If you could fly, where would be the first place you’d go to?

15. If you could bring any character from a book to life, which one would you choose?

16. What’s the silliest thing you’ve ever done?

17. Do you prefer cats or dogs?

18. Who’s your favorite superhero?

19. If you owned a restaurant, what type of food would you serve?

20. Would you rather give up ice cream or pizza forever?

21. If you could invent one thing to make the world a better place, what would it be?

22. If aliens landed on your street, what would you do?

23. What would happen if a vampire bit a zombie?

24. What’s the funniest sound you can make?

25. What’s your favorite Disney film?

26. Out of all the Dinsey princesses, who’s your favorite?

27. What animal would make the best brother/sister?

28. Who’s your favorite, Mommy or Daddy?

29. Where’s the best place to hide during a game of hide and seek?

30. If you had to get a new hairstyle tomorrow, what would go for?

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31. If you could go back in time, where you would go?

32. If you could never eat one vegetable ever again, which one would it be?

33. What’s your best dance move? Show me!

34. What’s your favorite color?

35. If you could ask an animal one question, what would it be?

36. Do unicorns fart rainbows?

37. What’s the grossest thing you’ve ever seen?

38. If you could meet any figure from history, who would it be?

39. Would you rather have a koala or a kangaroo as a pet?

40. What makes someone smart?

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41. What’s your favorite snack?

42. If your toys could talk, what would they say?

43. What would you buy first if you won $1 million dollars?

44. When are you happiest?

45. What’s the thing you look forward to the most when you wake up?

46. What’s the worst thing you’ve ever eaten?

47. What’s the nicest thing your friends have done for you?

48. If you went on a treasure hunt, what treasure would you like to find?

49. Would you rather find dinosaur bones or money in your back garden?

50. What’s the funniest thing that’s ever happened to you?

51. Would you rather spend the day in the mountains or at the beach?

52. If you could be a superhero, what would you call yourself?

53. If you could design your clothes, what would they look like?

54. If you spent the whole day outside, what would you do?

55. What’s your favorite insect?

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56. Would you like to learn another language?

57. If you joined the circus, what would your circus act be?

58. What’s the best impression of a famous person you can do?

59. What makes our family special to you?

60. If you could be transformed into any animal, which one would it be?

61. If your favorite color had a smell, what would it smell like?

62. What board game do you enjoy playing the most?

63. Would you rather be invisible or have the ability to fly?

64. What animal would you not want as a pet?

65. Would you prefer to have Batman or Superman as one of your Uncles?

66. What’s your favorite book?

67. What’s your favorite song to sing along to?

68. What’s your favorite subject at school?

69. What are the best ways to show someone you love them?

70. What’s your favorite dessert?

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71. If you had the ability to teleport, where would you go?

72. What do you like daydreaming about the most?

73. What’s your favorite sport to play?

74. If you could be a sound, what would it be?

75. Who’s your best friend?

76. If you could change one thing in the world, what would you change?

77. If you had to cook a meal for your family, what would you cook?

78. Have you ever farted and blamed it on someone else?

79. If you found a magic lamp with a genie inside, what would your three wishes be?

80. What’s the silliest face you can make?

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81. If you could live in any country, where would you live?

82. What’s one thing you wish you could do better?

83. What three words would you use to describe yourself?

84. What’s your favorite drink?

85. Would you rather meet Santa or the Easter bunny?

86. What’s your favorite song to dance to?

87. If you could change your bedtime, what would you change it to?

88. If you saw a ghost, who would be more scared, the ghost or you?

89. Who’s the nastiest Disney villain?

90. If you had to pick one food to eat for the next 30 days, which one would you choose?

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91. If you could eat lunch with any person tomorrow, dead or alive, who would it be and why?

92. Who do you think is more powerful, Spiderman or Iron Man?

93. If you could change your name, what would you change it to?

94. If you could grow anything in the garden, what would it be?

95. Would you rather be as small as a mouse or as big as an elephant?

96. What’s your favorite smell?

97. Who’s your favorite storybook character?

98. If you could change the color of our house, what color would you make it?

99. What’s your favorite activity to do with your parents?

100. What do you think the world would be like if children were in charge of their parents?

101. What’s the best dream you’ve ever had?

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Tom Stevenson

Co-Founder of Questions About Everything

Tom is a travel writer and Co-Founder of Questions About Everything. He grew up in the UK and enjoys spending his time traveling to new places, supporting Liverpool FC, and blogging about his adventures. He spent two years teaching English in Barcelona and frequently utilized question games and conversation starters as part of his lesson plans. As an EFL teacher, he took full responsibility for planning and delivering lessons, frequently employing creative and diverse questions to engage the children in conversation. Learn more about Tom on our About page.