50+ Questions to Get Your Kids Talking

Our kids are often filled with curiosity. They ask a million questions. Sometimes it feels like they never stop asking them.

My children were full of questions. It felt like I was answering over 300 questions they had. Some of them constantly were barraging me with “why” when I would tell them something.

Answering their questions sometimes felt annoying, but I knew my children were only curious about everything. They wanted to know how this worked and why they did. Answering my kid’s question kept their minds open, encouraged their imagination, and kept them learning.

Our kids have a lot of questions for us, we also have a lot of questions for them. When my kids would come home from school, I was always asking them generic questions. “How was your day?” “What did you do?” Did you learn anything?” Their answers were mostly always the same.

It can be hard to connect to our kids and learn what is happening in their life, especially after a long day after school when they are tired after a long day or hidden behind a screen on car rides. But asking the right questions can help start a conversation between you and your children.

Here are questions you can ask to help your kids talking!

    1. What is your favorite movie?
    2. What are you grateful for today?
    3. What are you proud of?
    4. What is your favorite book?
    5. What made you laugh today?
    6. What does it mean to be a good friend?
    7. What is your favorite song?
    8. What is your favorite family tradition?
    9. What is your favorite color?
    10. What is your favorite joke?
    11. What makes you motivated?
    12. What is the best part of your day?
    13. What is your favorite time of year?
    14. What is your favorite thing to do with friends?
    15. Where is your favorite place to go on vacation?
    16. What is your favorite dessert?
    17. What is your favorite thing about yourself?
    18. If you could eat one thing every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    19. What is the last dream you had?
    20. What is something you are looking forward to?
    21. Is there something you want to learn how to do?
    22. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
    23. If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
    24. If you could be any animal, what would you be?
    25. What job would you never want to have?
    26. What is the hardest part about going to school?
    27. Do you think it is more important to be rich or kind?
    28. If you could be the teacher, what would your classroom rules be?
    29. What is the best smell in the world?
    30. What is the worst smell in the world?
    31. If you could be any age, what age would you be?
    32. If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go?
    33. What is your favorite gift you have ever been given?
    34. If you could go back and do something differently, what would it be?
    35. Tell me something about you that you think I might not know.
    36. What memory makes you happy?
    37. What makes you feel brave?
    38. What makes you feel loved?
    39. What are the 3 things you want to do this summer?
    40. If you would join the circus, what would your circus act be?
    41. What do you want to be when you grow up?
    42. What is the funniest thing you can think of?
    43. What three things would you take if the house were on fire?
    44. If you could get rid of one vegetable, what would it be?
    45. What’s the hardest part about growing up?
    46. What do you like about each of your siblings?
    47. What do you like most about school?
    48. What do you like least about school?
    49. What is the most important part of being a happy family?
    50. What is your idea of a perfect day?
    51. Would you rather clean your room or the table after dinner?
    52. Would you rather go to school on a bus or a giant dinosaur?
    53. Would you rather go to the dentist or doctor?
    54. Would you rather be inside all day or outside all day?
    55. What you rather must put ketchup on everything or have no dessert again?
These questions are great to get your kids talking. Open-ended questions might take your children some time to think about their answers, so let them take time to think and be creative. Use these questions during car rides, at the dinner table, or anywhere else. Don’t forget to share your answers with your kids too!.

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