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100+ Fun Truth or Dare Questions for Kids

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Make your next family game night more exciting (and hilarious) by playing Truth or Dare! It's easy to play a kid-friendly version of this game if you prepare the dares and truths ahead of time, and we've got 100+ ideas for you!

Make your next family game night more exciting (and hilarious) by playing Truth or Dare! It's easy to play a kid-friendly version of this game if you prepare the dares and truths ahead of time, and we've got 100+ ideas for you!

Try Some Kid-Friendly Dares (and Truths) at Home!

Truth or dare? That is the question! If you're looking to put a fun and unusual spin on family game night, Truth or Dare is a funny game to play with both kids and adults. It will bring your family many, many hours of laughter and enjoyment—way more than a single board game session would! With a nearly unlimited number of questions to ask and dares to do, no game will ever be like another!

If a player refuses to do a dare or to answer a truth question, they must fulfill a punishment, like holding their breath!

If a player refuses to do a dare or to answer a truth question, they must fulfill a punishment, like holding their breath!

How to Play Truth or Dare With Your Family

Most of us have played this game before, but for those of you who haven't, here are some simple instructions for a family-style game!

  1. The youngest player starts off first by choosing a player to ask, “Truth or dare?”
  2. If “truth” is chosen, the player comes up with a question that they want to ask the other player, and the other player must answer honestly.
  3. If “dare” is chosen, the player must dare the person to do something silly, hard, or just out of the ordinary.
  4. If the player chooses not to answer “truth” honestly, or if they refuse to do a dare, they must suffer a “consequence,” which can be an alternative action chosen at the beginning of the game. Examples include holding your breath for 20 seconds, standing on your head for 20 seconds, or eating a raw vegetable.
  5. Continue with the next player until everyone has had at least one turn. Obviously, the longer the game, the more fun you and your family will have!

You get the drift! It’s meant to be fun and light-hearted—a time to create happy memories and fill your evening with laughter.

If you dare to choose "dare," be ready for some tricky challenges and lots of silliness!

If you dare to choose "dare," be ready for some tricky challenges and lots of silliness!

Good Dares for Kids

Since this version of the game is meant to be played with family, you'll need to come up with a bunch of fun and funny dares that are appropriate for kids. This is best done ahead of time in order to get the most playtime out of your family game night!

Can’t think of enough? Don’t worry! Here’s a list of 100+ dares for kids of all ages, divided into these categories:

  • Funny Dares
  • Simple and Easy Dares
  • Family Dares
  • Fun, Messy Dares
  • Hard Dares
Say "cheese"! Or "DARE"!

Say "cheese"! Or "DARE"!

Funny Dares

Just try to complete these dares without giggling, snorting, or full-on cracking up. You'll get the whole family laughing until they cry!

  1. Do your best Buzz Lightyear impression.
  2. Do your best Mickey Mouse impression.
  3. Do your best lion roar.
  4. Do your best Batman impression.
  5. Do your best Disney princess impression.
  6. Prank call Grandma.
  7. Attempt to slip on a banana peel (or pretend to).
  8. Make a really silly face and take a selfie.
  9. Act like a cat.
  10. Act like a monkey.
  11. Sing the ABCs backward.
  12. Go ask the neighbor for a cup of sugar.
  13. Go outside and yell, "Happy New Year!"
  14. Do the chicken dance.
  15. Do the Macarena silently until it is your turn again.
  16. Do a disco dance.
  17. Use the driveway as a catwalk for five minutes, giving the model wave to any passing cars or people.
  18. Wear underwear on your head for the rest of the game.
I dare you not to say "And that's what it's all about!" when you're done!

I dare you not to say "And that's what it's all about!" when you're done!

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More Funny Dares to Try

  1. Try to dress the family pet.
  2. Do the Hokey Pokey without singing it.
  3. Go outside and yell, “I pick my nose!” to the first person you see.
  4. Finish every sentence with the words “while I dance” or “with a cherry on top.” (Or whatever silly thing you can think of!)
  5. Start every sentence with "What is . . . " like you're on Jeopardy.
  6. Talk in the third person.
  7. Talk in a high-pitched voice.
  8. Be a commentator for the remainder of the game.
  9. Pretend to be a T-Rex.
  10. Talk and act like a robot.
  11. Snort excessively when laughing.
  12. Pretend to have chicken pox by sticking round labels all over yourself.
  13. Talk and act like a cowboy or cowgirl.
  14. Go outside and howl at the moon (if it’s dark outside).
  15. Do jumping jacks until your next turn.
  16. Do the cha-cha until your next turn.
  17. Hug your mailbox (or a tree or lawn ornament) for 20 seconds.
  18. Act like a chicken.

Simple and Easy Dares

Keep it simple! These dares don't require any special supplies or prep, and you can modify them to suit your family as needed.

  1. Attempt to do 10 pushups (or fewer for littler kids).
  2. Crabwalk across the room.
  3. Army crawl across the room.
  4. Attempt a cartwheel.
  5. Run around the outside of the house three times. (Change this as needed to fit your living space—run up and down the hall, around the room, to another room and back, etc.)
  6. Chug a cup of (water, milk, juice, etc.).
  7. Touch your nose with your tongue.
  8. Stick a spoon on your nose and keep it there as long a possible.
  9. Spin in circles for 10 seconds.
  10. Sniff (person of choice)’s shoe.
  11. Wear your shoes on your hands for the next five minutes.
  12. Belt out a song of your choice.
  13. Have a full conversation with a broom (or a chair or a wall—whatever's handy!).
  14. Use a hairbrush as a microphone (or a shoe or a spoon—again, whatever's handy!).
  15. Sing what you have to say instead of talking.
  16. Keep your finger on the tip of your nose as if it’s stuck there.
  17. Remove one sock and shoe so that one foot is bare for the rest of the game.
  18. Talk with your tongue sticking out.

Family Dares

These dares involve input from multiple players. They help keep everybody engaged for the whole game, and they're especially great for kids who get antsy waiting for their turn!

  1. Switch clothes with someone.
  2. Draw a picture of (something the group picks) while blindfolded.
  3. Let someone fix your hair the way they want and leave it that way.
  4. Try to catch three small pieces of food tossed by someone in your mouth (popcorn, grapes, etc.).
  5. Take a bite of a sandwich made by everyone that contains whatever they desire, and try to guess each ingredient on the sandwich.
  6. Let someone tickle you for 30 seconds.
  7. Get wrapped from head to toe in toilet paper.
  8. Smell everyone’s breath and guess what they ate last.
  9. Close your eyes and shake hands with all the other players. Guess whose handshake is whose.
  10. Make up nicknames for all the other players.
  11. Give one of the other players a high five every time someone says the word "dare" for the rest of the game.
  12. Introduce yourself to all the other players like you've never met them before.
  13. Pretend to win an award and give a speech thanking all of the other players for their help.
  14. Play pat-a-cake with two other players simultaneously.
Some dares will get you soaking wet or otherwise make a mess!

Some dares will get you soaking wet or otherwise make a mess!

Fun, Messy Dares

These dares might get a little messy. Plan ahead to protect the carpet and the furniture. A tablecloth and some towels can do wonders, or you may want to temporarily relocate outside for some of these!

  1. Crack an egg over your head.
  2. Eat a plate of (dinner, dessert, whatever) with no hands.
  3. Eat a spoonful of sugar.
  4. Eat a spoonful of hot sauce.
  5. Eat a hot pepper.
  6. Take a bite out of a stick of butter.
  7. Dump a cup of ice water over your head.
  8. Juggle eggs (outside).
  9. Hold an ice cube in your hand until it melts.
  10. Eat a clove or a spoonful of minced garlic.
  11. Stuff as many marshmallows (or grapes, donut holes, etc.) into your mouth as you can!
  12. Stack five cookies on your forehead. (Oreos work great!)
  13. Jump into the pool, submerge yourself in the bathtub, or run through the sprinkler fully clothed.
  14. Jump while holding a cup full of water above your head without spilling it.
  15. Bob for an apple. (A large mixing bowl full of water works well!)
  16. Make a face mask out of sliced cheese.
  17. Eat a huge spoonful of peanut butter and sing the ABCs. (Be careful of choking! Substitute another food for the peanut butter as needed.)
  18. Put ice cubes down your shirt—with your shirt tucked in.
No actual hula hoop is required. Even pretend hula hooping is really hard when you're dizzy!

No actual hula hoop is required. Even pretend hula hooping is really hard when you're dizzy!

Hard Dares

Here are a bunch of extra hard dares, from physical challenges to silly tasks that require quick thinking!

  1. Stand on your hands.
  2. Fetch (item of choice in another room) with a blindfold on.
  3. Make up a poem aloud.
  4. Take off your socks with a pair of tongs.
  5. Text someone using only your nose.
  6. Pop a balloon without using your hands or your teeth.
  7. Suck an ice cube until it melts—no chewing allowed! (Or suck a couple of ice cubes at the same time, if they are small.)
  8. Sniff the pepper shaker.
  9. Do your makeup in 10 seconds (eye shadow, blush, and lipstick).
  10. Spin 10 times and try to do one of the following: hopscotch, skip rope, jumping jacks, hula hoop, the Hokey Pokey, etc.
  11. Draw a mustache on yourself without a mirror.
  12. Stop blinking for 30 seconds.
  13. Talk without moving your lips.
  14. Skip everywhere you go instead of walking or running.
  15. Walk backwards wherever you go.
  16. Put all your clothes on inside out.
  17. Put all your clothes on backwards.
  18. Take your age, reverse the numbers, and act that age. (If player is only a single digit, just add a 0 to their age. Example: The player is 8, so they must act 80.)
  19. Talk while holding your tongue with your index finger and thumb.
  20. Put your leg behind your head.
  21. Draw a stickman on paper by holding the writing utensil in your mouth.
  22. Tie your shoes together and try not to forget!
  23. Take a wet willy.
  24. Play fetch like a dog, running on all fours and using only your mouth to fetch.

Need More Dare Ideas?

For even more ideas, check out 100+ Embarrassing Dares for Truth or Dare. Not all of these are kid-friendly, though, so be sure to pick and choose carefully for a family game!

Eventually, somebody is going to choose "truth" instead of "dare," so make sure you have some good truth questions ready to ask.

Eventually, somebody is going to choose "truth" instead of "dare," so make sure you have some good truth questions ready to ask.

Truth Questions for Kids and Parents

Sometimes people just need a break from all the silly and wacky dares thrown at them, and they opt for a truth question. Instead of trying to come up with one on the spot, be prepared with a list of questions and keep the game moving right along!

Here are 50 ideas for truth questions in the following categories:

  • Good Truth Questions
  • Embarrassing Truths for Kids
  • Gross Truths
  • Thoughtful Truth Questions

Good Truth Questions

Messy rooms, avoiding chores, and what the kids really think about their parents' cooking—these truth questions will reveal all!

  1. When was the last time you cleaned your room?
  2. Is there a mess under your bed?
  3. Is there a mess in your closet?
  4. Have you ever snuck a snack?
  5. Have you ever said you finished your dinner when you really didn’t?
  6. Have you ever cheated on a test?
  7. Have you ever faked a sickness to stay home from school?
  8. Have you ever used your lunch money for something other than lunch?
  9. Have you ever gotten a bad grade and hid it from me?
  10. Have you ever watched a movie or TV show that you know you’re not allowed to?
  11. Have you ever pretended to be asleep but actually stayed up way past your bedtime?
  12. What are some ways you cheat on chores?
  13. Have you ever skipped school?
  14. Have you ever lied about your age?
  15. Which would you rather have for dinner: fast food or your family's home cooking?
  16. Have you ever cried during a movie? If so, which one?
  17. Have you ever broken something and blamed someone else?
  18. What is your favorite meal your family makes?
  19. Have you ever peeked at your presents early?
  20. What was your favorite trip or vacation?
Truth questions can be funny, gross, embarrassing, thoughtful, and just plain fun.

Truth questions can be funny, gross, embarrassing, thoughtful, and just plain fun.

Embarrassing Truths for Kids

These questions might make you blush a bit.

  1. Have you had your first kiss?
  2. Do you have a crush on anyone?
  3. Who is your TV crush?
  4. Are you afraid of the dark?
  5. Do you still think there's a monster under your bed sometimes?
  6. Do you have any secrets?
  7. Do you keep a diary/journal?
  8. Do you still enjoy TV shows for little kids, like Blues Clues?
  9. Do you sleep with a blankie?
  10. What does your (mom/dad/sister/brother/etc.) do that embarrasses you?

Gross Truths

And these questions might make you say, "Ewwww!"

  1. Do you bite your nails?
  2. Do you pick your nose?
  3. Have you ever peed in a pool?
  4. What is the grossest thing you've done today?
  5. When was the last time you flossed your teeth?
  6. Have you ever drooled in your sleep?
  7. Have you ever eaten a bug?
  8. Do you pick scabs?
  9. Have you ever passed gas loudly in class?
  10. Have you ever passed gas and blamed someone else?
Do you see yourself walking the red carpet, winning the big game, selling out concert tickets, or something else?

Do you see yourself walking the red carpet, winning the big game, selling out concert tickets, or something else?

Thoughtful Truth Questions

If you're more interested in bonding with your family and understanding each other better, try some of these questions to get everybody thinking.

  1. What would you do with $1,000?
  2. If you could be any celebrity, who would you be and why?
  3. Is there anything that you would change about yourself?
  4. Is there anything that you would change about your school?
  5. What is your biggest fear?
  6. What is your worst habit?
  7. What is the least favorite gift you’ve ever received?
  8. Have you ever lied to me?
  9. What is something you wish you were better at?
  10. When was the last time you did something nice for someone else?

And if you want even more questions to ask, check out 100+ Embarrassing Truth or Dare Questions to Ask Your Friends! (Again, these are not all kid-friendly, so choose carefully!)

Have a Blast at Your Next Family Game Night!

So there you have it: a full list of truth questions and fun dares for kids and parents alike! If you think you know your family well now, think again—and enjoy your family game night!

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Comments

Yea...I'm...cool on August 26, 2020:

Cool I love dares

Harleen on August 23, 2020:

These crazy Dares your given are so crazyyyy!!!!!!

My Patrick on August 21, 2020:

Am i up ur moms favorite twin

HEYY! on August 18, 2020:

OMG!! I think those were the best dares that I've ever read my whole entire life!!!!!

Lyra on July 17, 2020:

These qs are great for kids but if you are beyond 14 or something then it is kinda childish because when i was asking my friends the questions in it, they were like

hector on July 16, 2020:

amazing

Jana on July 13, 2020:

This was fun for me and my friend

Amora on July 13, 2020:

This was really fun for me and my best friend sleep over

PUPPIES on July 12, 2020:

These are really good truth or dares because they don't make people feel uncomfortable when they answer.

Wania on July 07, 2020:

Hi,,hello how to play this game?

Ayna_dbc on July 05, 2020:

I love this,it was so fun

leah on July 03, 2020:

omg so scrarry

Lily on July 01, 2020:

That the really fun.

Anonymous on June 30, 2020:

Funn

Kai on June 28, 2020:

K

Because if I do that will be too tooooo much!

Kai on June 28, 2020:

Jk! Totally not

Kai on June 28, 2020:

I am going to my friend’s house tomorrow and I am going to play T or D

There and 1 of the dares will be get completely naked (no shirt, no pants, no underwear) and yeah if they actually do it then I will go like this.