25 Story Starters for Kids

Storytelling stimulates inventive thinking and imagination. Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”  Here are some fun story starters that you can ask your children while on a long road trip, eating at the dinner table or even putting them to bed at night. You may even find that some of these might be fun for them to draw or even act out.

1. If I were in the circus I would…

2. Name one thing you do really well and give lots of details..

3. I want to be a ……. when I grow up because…

4. If I were the president I would…

5. What makes you feel happy, sad, excited, afraid etc…

6. Pretend you could fly wherever you wanted.. where would you go, what would you see etc…

7. Imagine that all the streets are rivers. How would people get around?

8. What would happen if it really did rain cats and dogs?

9. Lets go to…. describe your adventure..

10. What would happen if animals could talk?

11. The best kinds of bugs

12. If I could be any animal, I would be a …..

13. If I could learn a new language it would be…

14. My favorite season and why..

15. What is your favorite time of day? Why?

16. Describe your best day ever..

17. Older people are.. Younger people are…

18. I wish there was a law that said..

19. If I were a frog I would..

20. Describe your favorite hobby..

21. What is your dream vaction?

22. Who do you admire the most and why?

23. What does it mean to be a good neighbor?

24. For lunch today…

25. If I could go to any planet it would be… because…

Have fun with these questions. Have them share their answers and then tell them yours.   They’ll probably love being asked these questions and you might really enjoy hearing their answers. For more information on story starters for kids, please visit us on our FACEBOOK page!

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