151 Trick Questions for Kids (Tricky Questions with Answers) Kid Activities (2022)

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Trick Questions for Kids

We’ve put together 151 different mind trick questions for kids that are a lot of fun to ponder over. To help kids reconnect with their power of focus and to tap deeper into the wealth of creativity, simply ask one of these tricky questions and give them time to contemplate.

Don’t worry about answering the questions incorrectly. There is a lot of fun to be had by hearing some of the questions be answered incorreclty. Often times, trick questions are formulated in a way to solicit wrong answers. Make sure to create a safe, fun place to be wrong.

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Try these little mind tricks out when you get a chance with the children in your life, but don’t be surprised if you find yourself scratching your head a little bit with some of the riddles, puzzles, and trick questions we have highlighted below, either!

Trick Questions with Answers

1. Mr. Jones noticed that his pants pockets were totally empty – but that there was still something in it. What was it?

A hole.

2. What letters are easily found in every single day of the week?

D – A – Y.

3. Which jungle animal is hiding “inside” these letters – L P H N?

An elephant.

4. What’s left when you take an ant out of a plantain?

Something plain.

5. A mouse wants to get in better shape. She’s going to start by climbing stairs. Starting on the fourth floor, she climbs up five stories, down seven stories, up six stories, down three stories, and up for stories again. What floor is she on?

The ninth floor.

6. Can you add one mathematical symbol in between 55555 to equal 500?

555-55 = 500

7. Adam turned left, right, spun around 360°, stood on his head, and then walked backwards before taking a picture of the sunset. What direction was he pointing?


8. The Jones family started driving south for their summer vacation, going through five different states along the way. The Bradfords are driving in the opposite direction and only went through three states. What direction are they driving in?


9. Peter the polar bear had a birthday party, with each guest bringing five fish. A nasty little penguin stole two fish but there were still 198 fish left. How many people came to the party?


10. Ricky the Rabbit eats 1 carrots on Sunday, 2 carrots on Monday, 4 carrots on Tuesday, and so on. How many carrots does he eat every week?

127 carrots.

11. If five alligators can eat five fish in three minutes, how long will 18 alligators need to eat 18 fish?

Three minutes.

12. If tomorrow I said “the day before yesterday was Saturday”, which day is today?


13. Freddie the Frog had an accident and broke one of his legs. He went to the hospital on Monday, November 1 and left on November 30. What day of the week is it?


14. Mr. and Mrs. Banjo are eating ice cream. Mrs. Banjo says that if her husband gives her one scoop of his ice cream she’ll have twice as many scoops as him. Mr. Banjo says that if she gives him one of her scoops available have the same amount. How many scoops do they each have?

Mrs. Banjo has seven scoops and Mr. Banjo has five.

15. Rosie orders six bowls of ice cream with three scoops in each. Tony wants as many scoops as her, but in just two dishes. How many scoops are in each of his dishes?

Nine scoops in each.

16. Laura says that she can throw a ball so that it flies away from her, will change direction suddenly, and then come right back to her all by itself. Is that even possible?

Yes, so long as she throws the ball straight up in the air.

17. A bag of gummy bears has three red ones, three green ones, three yellow gluttons, and three white ones. How many gummy bears would you have to take out of the bag to get three of the same color?


18. A cookie jar has 10 chocolate chip cookies and 10 M;M cookies. How many cookies would you have to take out to get two of each kind?

12 cookies.

19. Lisa is William’s niece, but she isn’t Emily’s niece – even though Emily is William’s sister and William isn’t married. How is that possible?

Lisa is Emily’s daughter.

20. Can you name three things that are only sold in pairs?

Gloves, shoes, socks.

21. Three clocks have different times. One a little fast, one a little slow, and one just) one clock says 10: 05, another 9: 56, and another 10: 11. Which is right?

10: 05

22. Was the smallest amount of coins you can use to get exactly $0.65

Two quarters, dime, and a nickel.

23. Maggie lives on a street with 10 houses. The houses are numbered 1 to 10. If Maggie adds up all the house numbers that are lower than hers, the total is three times her actual house number. What number is Maggie’s house?

House number seven.

24. A new movie comes out with the first people showing up an hour before showtime. The audience doubles every 10 minutes, and after 60 minutes the theater is full. When was the theater half full?

10 minutes before the movie began.

25. Which multiples of four are found between 10 and 19?

12 and 16

26. What uneven numbers are between 10 and 16?

11, 13, and 15

27. What’s the biggest number you can make with the numbers three, five, and seven?


28. Every year on Mars is double the length of a year on earth, how old would you be if you lived on Mars?

Double your age.

29. Seven brothers were born two years apart. The youngest brother is seven. How old is the oldest brother?


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30. Mr. Adams is exactly 5 times as old as his dog Spike. In five years, Mr. Adams will only be three times as old as Spike. How old will he be in five years?


31. If every month had exactly 30 days instead of some with 29, some with 30, and some with 31 would each year be longer or shorter?

Shorter (360 days)

32. Which two numbers come out the same whether you multiply or add them together?

2×2 = 4 and 2+2 = 4.

33. Ricky and Billy find of lettuce with 20 individual leaves. Because Ricky found the lettuce first he gets an extra leaf than his friend. How many leaves does Ricky get?

10 ½ leaves.

34. If you counted up all of the ears in the country and then divided that number by two, what would you know for sure?

How many living creatures were in that country.

35. A teacher says that there are fewer than 30 students but more than 20 in a classroom. The children can be divided into groups of two, three, four, six, and eight with no leftovers. How many students are there?

24 students.

36. Carla leaves New York at eight in the morning, driving 35 mph. Harriet starts driving to New York at a speed of 50 mph. When they meet a which one will be furthest away from New York?

They will be the same distance from New York when they meet.

37. If days on Mars are as long as two weeks on Earth, how long is an hour?

14 Earth hours.

38. Amy is 14 and her mother is 38. How many years ago was her mother exactly 3 times as old as Amy?

Two years ago.

39. A baker carries a bag of flour that weighs 15 pounds. He takes half of the flour out, but finds the bag weighs 9 pounds. How heavy is the empty bag?

3 pounds.

40. What does this secret message say? Tha twasn treall ys oh ardaf terall

That wasn’t really so hard after all.

41. Mrs. Adams tells her neighbor that her son turns 16 today and that next birthday he’ll be 20. How can that be?

He was born on February 29, leap year.

42. What object doesn’t belong in this list – trumpet, flute, violin, harmonica, tuba?

The violin.

43. If you rolled a single die just once, would you be least likely to roll an odd number, number larger than three, or a number smaller than three?

A number smaller than three.

44. 16 players enter into a basketball shootout tournament. How many games have to happen before a winner is announced?


45. A farmer has both geese and goats. He counted the legs on all of his animals and found that there are exactly 36. How many geese and how many goats does he have?

Geese to Goats – 2/8, 4/7, 6/6, 8/5, 10/4, 12/3, 14/2

46. If only these letters were written down – J FM AM J JAS OND – what would they mean?

The first letter of every month in the year.

47. Four friends are racing. Lisa finishes four hours ahead of Tony, with Pete finishing eight hours ahead of Max. Max needed six more hours to finish than Lisa. What order do they cross the finish line in?

Pete, Lisa, Tony, Max.

48. Mother’s Day is always the second Sunday in the month of May. When is the earliest day it could be?

May 8.

49. If you were born in odd numbered year will you celebrate your 50th birthday in an odd or even year?

Odd year.

50. Billy tells his sister Sarah that he is twice as old and twice as smart as her right now. Sarah says that in five years should be twice as old as she is now and that Billy won’t be. How old will they be in five years?

Billy will be 15 and Sarah will be 10.

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51. Put together, Tom and his father away 280 pounds. Tom’s dad weighs three times as much as he does. How much does Tom weigh?

70 pounds.

52. What two numbers make a one digit number when you multiply them but a two digit number when you add them together?

One and nine.

53. A city bus sets out for the morning with no passengers on board. At the first stop, two people get on, at the next stop five more. One after that, seven people get on and three people get off. At the following stop, five people get on and six people get off. The last stop has three people getting on and one people getting off. How many stops were made?

Five stops.

54. How many double-digit numbers are there?


55. Just how far can a deer run into the woods?


56. I am an odd number, but if you take away just a single letter I become even. Can you guess my number?


57. What has hands but does not point, does not waive, and will never clap?

A watch.

58. If you have a red home made out of red bricks and a yellow home made out of yellow bricks, what is a greenhouse be made out of?


59. What aren’t you able to use until you break it?


60. What’s something that goes up and up and up but will never, ever go down?

Your age.

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61. Can you guess a five letter word that becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

Short. (Short plus ER equals shorter)

62. Can you think of a word that starts with T, ends with T, and has T in it?

A teapot.

63. I’m tallest when brand-new but much, much shorter when I’m worn out. What am I?

A candle.

64. Do you know the one word spelled wrong in every single dictionary ever made?

The word “wrong”.

65. Draw a line on a piece of paper. Without touching that line, how can you make it longer?

Draw a short line right next to it.

66. Can you think of something so delicate that just saying its name will break it immediately?


67. What word begins with E but only has one letter in it?

An envelope.

68. Can you think of something really easy to get into but really hard to get out of?


69. The entire Brown family wouldn’t stand under an umbrella but still didn’t get wet. How’s that possible?

It wasn’t raining to begin with.

70. David’s mom and dad had three sons. Their names were Snap, Crackle, and…what?


71. A woman named Margaret has four different daughters, and each of those daughters has a brother. How many children total does Margaret have?

Five. Every daughter has the exact same brother.

72. There was a horrific plane crash and every single person died. Who survived?

Everyone that was married.

73. Can you think of something with four eyes but is completely blind?

The word “Mississippi”.

74. Can you think of something that travels all over the planet but always stays in the exact same spot?

A postage stamp.

75. How many letters are there in the English alphabet?

15 – English has seven words and alphabet has eight.

76. There’s a word with six letters that leaves 12 behind when you take away one of them. What word is it?


77. Can you think of something that is completely full of holes but still hold onto a lot of water?

A sponge.

78. There’s a question that you can never answer yes to. Do you know what it is?

Are you asleep yet?

79. If everything goes wrong, completely sideways, what is something you can always count on?

Your fingers and your toes!

80. Can you think of something that is always right in front of you but can never be seen or held?

The future.

81. Do you know where you can find cities and countries, towns and shops, roads and lakes, but absolutely no people whatsoever?

On a map.

82. Do you know why ghosts and spirits make such terrible liars?

Because it’s easy to see right through them!

83. Imagine this for a second. You’re in a room and the walls are closing in, the floor is opening up beneath you, and water is pouring in from the ceiling. There are no windows and no doors to escape. How do you get out?

Stop imagining.

84. Can you name the two things you can NEVER have for breakfast?

Lunch or dinner.

85. If you through a blue stone or a green stone into the Red Sea, what will they become?

Soaking wet.

86. What is something people bite to eat but then never actually eat in the first place?

Silverware and plates.

87. Can you think of something you can serve but shouldn’t ever eat?

A volleyball.

88. Can you think of something you can always catch but won’t ever be able to throw?

The flu.

89. Do you know what goes up and down every minute of every day but never actually moves?

The temperature.

90. Can you think of something that starts with P and ends with E but has thousands of letters in it?

Postal Office.

91. If Mr. Orange lives in a blue house, Mr. Yellow lives in a green house, and Mr. Red lives in a purple house who lives in the White House?

The president.

92. In a one-story house that was colored blue there lived a pink person, a green dog, a yellow fish, a purple computer, a silver chair, a gold table, and an invisible telephone. What color were the stairs?

There aren’t any.

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93. Can you think of something that gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?

A towel.

94. Can you think of something that goes all around the woods but never actually goes into the wood at all?

Tree bark.

95. If you see an electric train headed east at 70 an hour but there is a wind blowing in from the west at 80 miles an hour, which way is the smoke from the train going to blow?

Electric trains don’t have smoke.

96. I am filled with keys but have no locks. I have space but there are no extra rooms. Sure, you can enter but there is absolutely no exit. What am I?

A keyboard.

97. Can you think of something that’s as light as a feather but even the world’s strongest human couldn’t hold it for any longer than a minute?

Your breath.

98. Can you think of something that runs but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but will never weep, and has a bed but will never sleep?

A river.

99. Do you know the name of the invention that lets you look instantly right through any wall you want?

A window.

100. Megan’s mother has five different daughters. One’s name is Peggy, one’s name is Donna, one’s name is Betty, another is named Joan. What’s the name of the fifth daughter?


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101. If a plane crashed on the border of England and Scotland, where would they bury the survivors?

You don’t bury survivors.

102. Twelve pears hanging high, twelve men passing by, each took a pear and left eleven hanging there. How can this be? How can eleven pears be left?

‘Each’ is a man’s name!

103. If there’s a frog, dead in the center of a lily pad which is right in the middle of the pond, which side would it jump to?

Neither, the frog is dead!

104. You’re a bus driver. At the first stop 4 people get on. At the second stop 8 people get on, at the third stop 2 people get off and, at the forth stop everyone got off. The question is what color are the bus driver’s eyes?

The same as yours, you’re the bus driver.

105. What never gets any wetter, no matter how much it rains?

The sea

106. A man went outside in the pouring rain with no protection, but not a hair on his head got wet…how come?

He was bald.

107. David’s father has three sons: Snap, Crackle and _____?


108. What has a mouth but doesn’t eat? A bank with no money? A bed but doesn’t sleep – and waves but has no hands?

A river

109. A cowboy rode to an inn on Friday. He stayed two nights and left on Friday. How could that be?

His horse was called Friday

110. If the red house is on the right side and if the blue house is on the left side where’s the white house?

Washington DC

111. What two words, when combined hold the most letters?

Post Office

112. What word when written in capital letters is the same backwards, frontwards & upside down?


113. What the exact middle of America?

The letter “r”

114. What gets wetter & wetter the more it dries?

A towel

115. How far can a dog run into the woods?

Halfway-when it gets there, he’s on his way ‘out’.

116. In baseball, how may outs are there in an inning?

Six-each team has three

117. Ten copycats were sitting in a boat. One jumped out. How many were left?

None—they were ‘copycats’So they all jumped out!

118. What’s the longest word in the English language?

sMILEs—Because there’s a mile between the beginning and the end

119. If there are three apples & you took away two, how many do you have?

Two—because YOU took two.

120. There was a red bungalow. Everything in it was red – the walls, the carpets, the furniture.What color were the stairs?

There weren’t any stairs. It was a bungalow!

121. What is Rupert the Bear’s middle name?


122. What has a head and a tail but no body?

A coin!

123. If the red house is on the right side and if the blue house is on the left side where’s the white house?

In Washington DC

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124. How can you make the letters in NEW DOOR, make one word?


125. What happened in 1961 and will not happen again until 6009?

The year will again be the same upside down

126. Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

Mt. Everest was still the highest mountain-even BEFORE it was discovered

127. What came first, the chicken or the egg?

Dinosaurs laid eggs long before there were chickens!

128. How could the 22nd and 24th U.S. Presidents have the same parents, but weren’t brothers?

Grover Ceveland was elected twice to become the 22nd and 24th President.

129. Name the most recent year in which New Year’s preceded Christmas.

This year, New Year always precceds Chrismas of the same year.

130. If you had only one match, and entered a dark room containing an oil lamp, some newspaper, and some kindling wood, which would you light first?

The match

131. If Mr Smith’s peacock lays an egg in Mr Jones’ yard, who owns the egg?

No one. Peacocks don’t lay eggs; peahens do.

132. Why are 1968 pennies worth more than 1967 pennies?

Because 1998 pennies are one more than 1997 pennies

133. Start with three coins: a penny, a nickel and a quarter. Say, “Tommy’s mother has three children. The first child’s name is Penny.” (Hold up the penny while saying this.) “The second child’s name is Nick.” (Hold up the nickel.) What is the third child’s name? (Hold up the quarter.)


134. How long did the Hundred Years War last?

116 years

135. Which country makes Panama hats?


136. From which animal do we get catgut?

Sheep and horses

137. What color is the black box on a commercial airplane?

Orange of course

138. In which month do Russians celebrate the October Revolution?


139. What is a camel’s hair brush made of?

Squirrel fur

140. The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after what animal?


141. What was King George VI’s first name?


142. What color is a purple finch?


143. Where are Chinese gooseberries from?

New Zealand

144. I am full of keys, but I cannot open any door. What am I?

A Piano

145. I am full of holes, but I can still hold a lot of water. What am I?

A Sponge

146. The more you take away from me, the larger I become. What am I?

A Hole

147. I have hands, but I cannot clap. What am I?

A Clock

148. You can catch me, but you can’t throw me. What am I?

A Cold

149. I come down, but I never go up. What am I?


150. I am a ball that can be rolled but never bounced or thrown. What am I?

An Eyeball

151. Fill me up with hot or cold. Put anything in me and I will make sure I’ll hold. What am I?

A Cup

Closing Thoughts

We hope that you had as much fun with these trick questions, what am I riddles, and mind puzzles for kids as we have had.

There’s no better way to stretch the minds of young people than by challenging them with fun puzzles, quizzes, and trick questions. Help them think a little harder and tap deeper and deeper into their creativity.

Try a couple of these out on the young ones in your life and see just how much fun they have trying to figure them out!

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What is a child can make that no one can ever see? ›

What is it a child can make that no one can ever see? Answer: Noise.

What is the meaning of tricky question? ›

trick question (plural trick questions) A question that tries to make someone answer in a certain way, usually incorrectly (i.e. that seems to have an obvious answer that is however incorrect), or that doesn't have a correct answer or that hides the real question or some difficulty. Usually a loaded question.

What are good questions for T or D? ›

Truth Questions for Truth or Dare
  • What is your biggest fear?
  • What is the most embarrassing thing you've ever done?
  • What's a secret you've never told anyone?
  • What is your biggest fantasy?
  • When was the last time you cried?
  • What is the biggest lie you've ever told?
  • What is the most embarrassing photo of you?

What can run but can't walk? ›

talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but. never sleeps? Answer: A River!

What has many teeth but Cannot bite? ›

What has teeth but doesn't bite? A comb!

What has 13 hearts and no organs? ›

Q: What has 13 hearts, but no other organs? ... ... A: A deck of playing cards.

What are tricky examples? ›

10 tricky words in English & how to stop misspelling them
  • Necessary.
  • Stationary vs. Stationery.
  • Separate.
  • Affect vs. Effect.
  • Embarrassed.
  • Compliment vs. Complement.
  • Accommodation.
  • Rhythm.
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What is duck the question? ›

To duck a subject or question is to avoid it: [ T ] He accused the president of ducking the issue of campaign finance reform.

What is the hardest question in the world? ›

So, what is truth? Philosophers have struggled with this question since the dawn of time, perhaps because it's the hardest question ever asked. The field of epistemology is the subdiscipline of philosophy that grapples it, along with the nature of knowledge itself.

What are some good 21 questions? ›

21 Questions List
  • What's the weirdest dream you've ever had?
  • If you could travel to any year in a time machine, what year would you choose and why?
  • If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
  • What's one of the most fun childhood memories you have?
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What are the 10 dare questions? ›

Best dare questions
  • Show the most embarrassing photo on your phone.
  • Show the last five people you texted and what the messages said.
  • Let the rest of the group DM someone from your Instagram account.
  • Eat a raw piece of garlic.
  • Do 100 squats.
  • Keep three ice cubes in your mouth until they melt.
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What is a good truth question? ›

Best Truth Questions for Friends. If you could be invisible for a day, what's the first thing you would do? What's the biggest secret you've kept from your parents? What's the most embarrassing music you listen to?

What are 100 facts? ›

100 is a perfect square number and its square root is 10. 100 is the basis of percentages ("per cent" meaning "per hundred" in Latin), with 100 percent being a full amount. There are 100 pennies in one dollar.

What are 50 fun facts? ›

50 Absurd Facts That Will Make You Question Everything
  • You typically only breathe out of one nostril at a time. ...
  • "Vegetables" don't really exist. ...
  • More people drown in fresh water than in salt water. ...
  • Your brain uses up around 20 percent of your body's blood and oxygen. ...
  • Ravens' moods are affected by others.

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Interesting Unknown Facts
  • Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water. ...
  • The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. ...
  • The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. ...
  • Ants take rest for around 8 Minutes in 12-hour period. ...
  • "I Am" is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. ...
  • Coca-Cola was originally green.

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Riddle: What room can no one enter? Answer: The letter M.

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What has four legs and one back but can't walk? Chair.

What has space but no room? ›

The answer to the social media puzzle is Keyboard. If you read the question carefully, you will notice that the keyboard has keys but no locks. It has space (space bar) but no rooms and you can enter (enter key) but you cannot go outside.

What has a head but not hair? ›

A Pin Has a Head, But Has No Hair.

What is at the end of a rainbow? ›

Many different things could be at the end of a rainbow but the one that can be the most common is gold. Most people believe that gold is at the end because you should receive it for finding it and for putting in the work for it.

What has a tongue but? ›

The answer to this riddle is a shoe. This is actually part of a larger riddle the complete riddle is as follows, “what has a tongue but cannot talk gets around a lot but cannot walk”. The Tongue being referred to is the flap part of the shoe that protects the foot from the laces causing any abrasions.

What animal has 0 hearts? ›

Jellyfish, starfish, and even corals manage very well without hearts. Starfish do not even have blood, so this explains why no heart is required. Instead, they use small hair-like structures called cilia to push seawater through their bodies and they extract oxygen from the water.

What can fly but no wings? ›

The answer to the “what flies without wings” riddle is “time”.

What has 13 but no lungs or stomach? ›

What has 13 hearts, but no lungs or stomach? Your teen will probably be thinking literally, and will be trying to remember from science class what animal matches this description! But with riddles, you have to think of multiple word meanings—in this case, what else “hearts” could refer to. Answer: A deck of cards.

What are the trick words? ›

Trick words are phonetically irregular words that your child needs to memorize. They are selected for their high frequency of use in English school-aged texts. These words are important for students to master for both reading and spelling.

Is said a tricky word? ›

Take the word 'said'. This word has an spelling for the sound 'e'. These words have been called 'sight' words in the past as beginner readers would not be able to sound them out and they were taught to remember them by sight. They are also called 'tricky' or phonically 'irregular'.

Can ducks fly? ›

They must flap their wings fast — about 10 times per second — to keep their relatively large bodies airborne. Duck wings are long and pointed, like those of a peregrine falcon, the fastest bird on Earth. With this wing shape and rapid wingbeat, most ducks can fly at 80 kilometres per hour!

Is a duck it or she? ›

A duck is a female duck. The male is called a drake.

What is a question trap? ›

A common trap question is a Multiple Choice question where you ask respondents to select a particular answer choice. Please select B as your answer choice.

What are the 3 questions of life? ›

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  • When is the right time for every action?
  • Who are the right people to listen to?
  • What is the most important thing to do? [5]

What is life's biggest question? ›

Why is there something instead of nothing?” has been sometimes labeled as the “biggest question of all.”

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20 Questions to Ask your Children
  • What do you want to be when you grow up?
  • What is your favorite place in the world?
  • What makes you happy?
  • If you opened a store, what would you sell?
  • If you could be any animal, what kind would you be?
  • What would you do if you made the rules at home?

What are good questions to ask a 5 year old? ›

Questions to Ask Kindergarteners
  • Do you ever think about renaming the colors of your crayons?
  • What movie, TV, or book character makes you laugh the most?
  • If you opened a store, what would you sell?
  • What's your superhero name, and what powers do you have?
  • If you could grow anything in the yard, what would it be?
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How do you play 21 questions for kids? ›

21 Questions Fun List of Questions
  • If you had a time machine, would you go back in time or visit the future?
  • What TV or movie is most like in your real life?
  • Would you rather have a home on the beach or in the mountains?
  • What should they teach in school, but don't?
  • What was your favorite game as a child?
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How do you play 20 questions for kids? ›

In this game, one person thinks of something and then other players ask up to 20 yes/no questions to help them figure out what thing the other person is thinking of. The 20 questions game doesn't require any materials or preparation, which makes it a great activity to play in class.

What are good questions to ask a 7 year old? ›

Questions to Ask Kids to Get to Know Them
  • Who is your favorite character, and why?
  • If you could pick any name for yourself, what would it be?
  • What superhero powers would you want to have?
  • What's your favorite TV show, and why is it the best?
  • What are you thankful for?
  • Are you excited about your life?
1 Feb 2021

Who most likely to questions? ›

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  • Who is most likely to become a CEO at a top company?
  • Who is most likely to have the most children?
  • Who is most likely to run a marathon?
  • Who is most likely to be late for her own wedding?
  • Who is most likely to become a reality TV star?
  • Who is most likely to win a Grammy?
3 Apr 2022

What should I ask a 10 year old? ›

9 Cool Questions to Ask Your Kid
  • What do you know how to do that you can teach to others?
  • If you could be a sound, what would it be?
  • What is the funniest thing that ever happened to you?
  • What do you think your life will be like in the future?
  • What is the most wonderful thing that ever happened to you?
2 May 2022

What are 5 year olds curious about? ›

At this age, expect many emotional expressions, new friendships, make-believe play, an interest in numbers, tall stories, a lot of physical activity, and more. Activities that are good for development include reading, creative play, inside and outside play, turn-taking games and cooking.

What activities a 5 year old can do? ›

For example, simple games and activities such as painting or playing house help develop language and emotional skills, creativity, and fine motor skills, among other things. Also, when children engage in physical activities such as running, jumping, or skipping, it contributes to their gross motor development.

What are good questions to ask yes or no? ›

Yes or no questions for adults
  • Do you vote?
  • Do you drive?
  • Do you live alone?
  • Are you married?
  • Do you have kids?
  • Do you have pets?
  • Are you an only child?
  • Do you work full time?
27 Sept 2022

What DARE activities for students? ›

Fun Dares For Kids That Will Make Everyone Laugh
  • “Dance around like a monkey for ten seconds.”
  • “Moonwalk across the room.”
  • “Go a whole minute without blinking.”
  • “Do ten pushups.”
  • “Spin an imaginary hula hoop for one minute.”
  • “Go outside and hug a tree.”
  • “Make funny faces for one minute.”
  • “Imitate an old man or lady.”
16 Mar 2022

What are some fun questions to ask students? ›

Interests and Hobbies
  • What are your favorite hobbies?
  • In your free time, what do you like to do?
  • Have you volunteered in your community?
  • What was the hardest part of the past week for you?
  • What is your favorite book?
  • What is your favorite TV show?
  • What is your favorite movie?
  • What is your favorite color?


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