Kids say the darndest things! It’s really interesting to hear what they are thinking, especially a toddler or preschooler! A fun way to connect with your child is by having a little Q&A questions for kids session with them. You’ll get the best responses if you just do it randomly one day. You can come up with your own questions or I have a few here today that you can use. These particular questions are funny questions to ask kids about their parents. These questions can also be used for anyone else your child may know, just switch the name. The questions aren’t necessarily funny, but the answers are sure to be funny or cute for younger kids!
Fun Questions to Ask Kids About Their Parents
If you’d rather ask daddy than mommy, just switch out “mommy” for “daddy” of course.
1) What’s mommy’s favorite food?
2) What does mommy say the most?
3) What’s mommy’s favorite drink?
4) What’s mommy’s favorite thing to do?
5) What game does mommy like to play the most?
6) What makes mommy upset?
7) What does mommy do that makes you happy?
8) If mommy was a Disney princess, which would she be?
9) How old is mommy?
10) What food does mommy make best?
11) What’s mommy’s job?
If you’re looking for YouTube tag questions for kids, the ones above are perfect! Here are my 4-year-old daughter’s responses to the “That’s My Mom Tag”. Record the responses and have some adorable memories to look back on for years to come!
I had her to answer the questions a second time so I could put it on our IGTV. The second time was even more hilarious than the first time! Take a look.
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Our oldest daughter who is now 8 years old also did this YouTube tag for kids when she was 4 years old! See her responses to “That’s My Dad Tag”.
Aren’t both of them so cute! Their answers are hilarious! If you’re looking for more fun questions to ask kids, check out our Toddler Interview post. Those questions are for your child to answer about themselves. Make sure you check out the kids YouTube channel DoubleJAndPlay!
Do you have any fun questions to ask kids? Leave them below!