Questions 4 Kids

10 Creative Questions to Spark Great Family Conversations

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Sometimes you need a little inspiration in order to get your kids to open up. Here are a few creative questions to get them talking.

Friends, Family & Being a Kid

1. What words do you wish your friends would use to describe you?

2. In what ways are you different from your parents? How are you the same?

3. What are three things you have that your parents didn’t have when they were growing up?

4. If you could give someone in your family a superpower, what would it be and why?

5. What is the best thing about being a kid?

Thinking Big

6. If you could write a book and get famous, what kind of book would you write? What would it be about?

7. If you could invent a new color, what would it look like and what would you name it?

8. If you could be invisible for a week, what would you do?

9. What would you do if you could travel into the past?

10. If you could live forever, would you want to?

Hope you enjoyed these and that they lead to awesome conversations!

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Mckenna Saady is a freelance writer and digital engagement consultant from Richmond, VA. Before working for nonprofits such as the Human Rights Campaign and United Way, Mckenna spent nearly a decade as a child care provider and Pre-K teacher. She now lives in Philadelphia and volunteers as a foster parent for orphaned kittens with the PSPCA.