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100+ Morning Meeting Questions for Kids

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Questions to Ask Kids in the Morning

Sharing at the morning meeting is a fantastic opportunity for kids to get to know one another, as well as for teachers to get to know their pupils better. Here are 100+ morning meeting questions for kids that you can use right away:

1. What are you most looking forward to today?

2. What are you doing to make someone else's day better today?

3. Tell us about a time when you had to be brave.

4. What is your favorite thing to do indoors?

5. What is your favorite animal and why?

6. What is something you are wanting to improve at?

7. What are you curious about?

8. What are some things that make you happy?

9. What is your favorite book and why?

10. Who is someone you admire and why?

11. What is your favorite food?

12. What is your favorite month and why?

13. What is your favorite game to play?

14. What is your favorite thing to do with your family?

15. What is your favorite song and why?

16. What is your favorite movie and why?

17. What is a place you would like to visit?

18. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

19. If you could be an animal, what would you be?

20. If you could have any job in the world, what would it be?

21. What is something you are really proud of?

22. What is a goal you are working on right now?

23. Tell us about a time when you had to persevere through a difficult situation.

24. What is a hobby you have?

25. What is something new you would like to learn?

26. What is your favorite thing about school?

27. Who are some of your friends at school?

28. What do you like to do for fun?

29. What type of art you are interested in?

30. What is something you are really good at?

31. What has been your best day ever?

32. What was the last thing that made you laugh out loud?

33. What are some things you like to do with your free time?

34. What is something you would like to share but haven't ever told anyone?

35. If you could help anyone one person, who would it be and why?

36. What is a food you don’t like?

37. What is your favorite TV show or movie?

38. What is something you are really interested in right now?

39. Who is your hero and why?

40. What is something you are really thankful for?

41. What is a talent you have?

42. What is your favorite thing to wear?

43. What is your favorite color and why?

44. What is your favorite season and why?

45. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be?

46. What is something you want to learn how to do?

47. What is your favorite kind of food?

48. What is a place you would never want to visit?

49. If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?

50. If you could be an animal, what would you be and why?

51. What is your game you like to watch?

52. What is a toy you love?

53. What is something that made you really mad recently?

54. What is a time when you had to face one of your fears?

55. What is your favorite vegetable?

56. What is your favorite fruit?

57. What is a color you really don’t like?

58. What is a place you have always wanted to visit but haven’t?

59. If you could go back in time and relive one moment, what would it be?

60. If you could have any pet, what would it be?

61. What is a sport you are interested in?

62. What is your favorite thing to do outside?

63. What do you want to be when you're older?

64. What would you call your autobiography?

65. If you have any siblings, what is the most annoying thing they do?

66. What's the best compliment you've ever received?

67. What is your favorite band?

68. What's your favorite emoji?

69. If you could be any character in a book or movie who would it be?

70. What is your least favorite household chore?

71. What would be your dream vacation spot?

72. Are you a morning person or night person?

73. Do you prefer sweet or savory foods?

74. Would you rather take a trip to the beach or the mountains?

75. What motivates you?

76. What are your top three best character traits?

77. Do you prefer to stick with the tried and true or do you like to take risks?

78. What is your guiltiest pleasure?

79. Are you a dog, cat, or reptile person?

80. Do you prefer city life or country living?

81. Is a glass half empty or half full?

82. What makes you laugh?

83. What is the best advice you've ever received?

84. What are your favorite quotes?

85. Are there any foods you're allergic to?

86. What's one memory that makes you grin with delight?

87. What is your favorite board game?

88. Are you a clean or messy person?

89. Do you prefer to stay up late or wake up early?

90. What class do you think we should teach at school but don't currently?

91. Outdoor or indoor lessons?

92. What's the best dream you've ever had?

93. How do you help others?

94. If you asked your friends to describe you, what do you think they would say?

95. What do you think will happen next year?

96. Do you help your parents?

97. What are the top things do you think to make somebody happy?

98. What is something you would like to learn?

99. What can you do to help the world?

100. If you were the teacher, what classes would you teach?

101. How do you think you can inspire others?

How to Come Up With Morning Meeting Questions?

There are a few things to keep in mind when coming up with morning meeting questions.

First, they should be questions that everyone can answer without too much thought.

Second, the questions should be open-ended so that students have the opportunity to share as much or as little as they want.

And finally, the questions should be age-appropriate as they're just kids, after all!


What is the Purpose of the Morning Meetings?

The purpose of morning meetings is two-fold: to build community and to set the tone for the day.

Community building is essential in any classroom as it helps create a sense of belonging and security among students.

It also allows students to get to know each other and their teacher better which can lead to more positive relationships.

Setting the tone for the day is also important as it can set the stage for how students approach their learning.

If the morning meeting is positive and upbeat, students are more likely to come into class with a positive attitude.

On the other hand, if the morning meeting is negative or boring, students may come into class feeling down or disinterested.

So, now that we know the purpose of morning meetings, let's get into some questions you can use!

Final Thoughts

Morning meeting is a great way for kids to start their day on a positive note and get to know each other better.

If you're looking for some inspiration, above are 100 morning meeting questions to get you started.

Do you have any favorite morning meeting questions? Share them in the comments below.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2022 Ritchie Hughie