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50 Questions to Ask Kids {plus free printable}

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Our children grow faster than we can believe, don’t they? It’s amazing how their young minds works. I love listening to my children explain their thoughts on some of the bigger things in life.  It’s interesting how a simple question from me can spark a half hour long conversation about a topic.  In the spirit of these conversations, I’ve created a 50 questions to ask your kids printable to share with you. 
You can use these questions to start conversations with your kids during dinnertime or snuggle time. Or you can ask your kids these questions each year and see how their answers change as they grow.

Some of my favorite questions from the printable are:

If you were invisible for a day, what would you do?
What is the worst smell in the world?
If you could, what two animals would you combine?
If your pet could talk, what would it say?
If you had super powers, what would they be?
What’s the best thing about being a kid?
Why do people have different color skin?
What is something that you don’t understand about grownups?
What do you think Heaven is like?
What’s the greatest thing about being you?

I’m including two different types of printables. The first can be used as a family activity. Just print out the activity, cut the questions apart, and place in a jar or bowl. You can opt to pick one question each day as a way to bond at dinner or before bed. Or you could even use them as a type of game during a family “truth” bonding activity. Get the activity print out pictured below using the link under the picture.

Get the 50 Questions to Ask Kids Activity here

The second is a simple printout of the questions as seen below.

I’d love to hear what cute, funny, or surprising answers your little ones come up with in response to these questions!

Andie Jaye

Andie Jaye is a former preschool teacher turned stay-at-home mom of 3 kiddos. Her blog, Do.Play.Learn., (formerly named Crayon Freckles), focuses on creative learning and play ideas, as well as parenting topics. Andie strives to be honest in her approach and experiences in parenting to let other moms know that they are not alone in their struggle. In her free time, she writes children’s books in hopes of publishing someday.

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