Sometimes it can be hard to pull answers out of kids. We want to get to know our children, like really get to know them, but it can be hard. They are kids. They have a hard time coming to one answer for many questions. Those questions can wait, though. Silly questions for kids lead to more giggles, more creativity and more fun!
Silly Questions To Ask Your Kids
If you’re like me, you live for the silly moments with your kids. When they are not too hyper, but just enough energy to be giggly. Those giggles would be my ring tone, if I could do that!
Most of the time these moments come organically, but these silly questions are the perfect way to pull those giggles out of your kids!
We’ve compiled a simple list of funny questions to ask your kids that will be sure to entice creativity, laughter, critical thinking and more! The questions are:
What is your favorite way to laugh?
What is the funniest sound you can make?
If your pet could talk, what would its voice sound like?
If you had three wishes, what would they be?
As you can see these questions are not quiz questions. There are no right or wrong answers. It is a way to really get to know your child, spend quality time and be silly.
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Quality time can be hard to come by sometimes. Mom life is crazy. We all feel it and we all feel the guilt when we don’t spend enough time with our kids. These questions can help children feel connected to us, relieve the mom guilt and don’t take any time at all. Even if you don’t have a problem finding time for quality connecting with your child, these questions can be done one at a time in random moments of your day. You could ask these questions while you are making dinner, riding in the car, while doing your child’s hair, during bath time, during clean up time or while you are sitting on the front porch watching the sunset.
You can print the list or you could easily download and take a screenshot on your phone, so it is always with you!
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These questions are also great for teachers to ask students, friend to friend during a virtual play date, or grandparents to ask their grand children. It would also be fun for kids to ask their favorite adults too!