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Username Post: Funny Interview Questions for Kids?        (Topic#1551625)
Penny Lane
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I can't believe how much trouble I am having with this...I really thought this would be SIMPLE but I can't seem to think of anything.

I am doing a page about my daughter at the age of 6. I want to interview her and has her 6 questions about life, so when she grows up she can see how she thought as a 6 year old. I don't want them to be questions to make her look STUPID at 6, just questions to show what kind of a kid she was.

Questions about things like marriage, kids, what she wants to be when she grows up...that kind of thing.


 
-Melissa-
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In response to Penny Lane

What is Mommy's favorite thing to do?


 
Zolyshka
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Here are some questions that where a part of a challenge from a few years ago... HTH

1. What is your happiest memory?
2. Why do you like being a kid?
3. One word to describe you would be _______.
4. What advice would you give your parents?
5. If you could be any animal, which one would you be and why?
6. What do you like to do for fun?
7. Tell about a funny time in your life.
8. What is your favorite thing to do? Why?
9. What is your favorite thing to do with your friends?
10. What do you love most about your sibling?
11. What was the nicest thing you did for someone?
12. What do you think you will be doing 10 years from now?
13. What is your favorite thing to do in the summer?
14. What would be the ideal allowance? Tell me how you would use it.
15. What do you think makes a person good-looking?
16. Name two things we should do as a family on the weekend.
17. What is the grossest thing you can think of?


 
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All about My Mom
1. How old is your Mom?
2. What is your Mom's favorite color?
3. What is your Mom's favorite food?
4. How tall is your Mom?
5. What shoe size does she wear?
6. What is her favorite TV show?
7. What time does your Mom wake up in the morning?
8. What does you Mom do while you're at school?
9. What is your Mom's first name?
10. What do you like best about your mom?

All about your Dad
1. How old is your dad?
2. What is Dad's favorite sport to play?
3. What is Dad's favorite food?
4. How strong is your Dad?
5. Where does your Dad work?
6. What is Dad's favorite TV show?
7. What is your favorite thing to do with Dad?
8. How tall is your Dad?
9. What do you like best about your Dad?
10. What is your Dad's first name?


 
Penny Lane
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OMG I LOVE YOU GUYS!


 
scrap4brains
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In response to Penny Lane

What does mom/dad do for a living?
Where do they work?
How much time does it take to make dinner?
How tall is mom/dad/teacher?


 
Mia1979
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In response to Penny Lane

this is a cool idea.


 
scrap4brains
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Who are you named after?
what's dad's middle name?


 
Melonie
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In response to scrap4brains

Great questions everyone!


 
3LittleLadies
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In response to Melonie

My girls are doing a page like this for their school album every year. Basically a list of their fav's for the year.

Favorite color?
Favorite subject?
Favorite teacher?
Favorite activity?
Favorite singer?
Favorite song?
Favorite movie?
Favorite tv show?
Favorite book?
Favorite author?
Favorite sport?
Best friend?
Friends?
Favorite school memory?
Least favorite school memory?


 
New Kid On the Block
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In response to 3LittleLadies

Hi

I found that a member asked same question in this forum some months ago.

Pls use search box to find this questions with comments

If you want to get more materials that related to this topic, you can visit: Preschool teacher interview questions
Best regards.


Edited by the042011 on 02-22-12 07:33 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
JazzieLynne
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I did this with my niece and nephew...when I asked them how many kids they were going to have when they were older, my nephew replied 'At least 30, because I want to drive a bus'...this can be SO much fun...and surprising! Great lists above, I don't think I can add.
Best of luck!


 
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In response to Penny Lane

I am a Pre-K teacher and here is the LONG list of interview questions I use for our open house/special person days...

My name is
I am years old.
I live
My house is
I live with
My pets are
My mom’s name is
She is years old.
She weighs pounds.
Her favorite thing to do is
She does not like to
She likes to eat
She likes to drink
I like it when she
My dad’s name is
He is years old.
He weighs
His favorite thing to do is
He does not like to
He likes to eat
He likes to drink
I like it when he
I love it when Mom or Dad cooks
My favorite food to eat is
I don’t like to eat
My favorite place to eat is
I like to order
My favorite color is
What makes me happy?
What makes me sad?
What I’m afraid of is
What is my favorite thing to do?
What I wish for is
If I could go anywhere, I’d go
My favorite holiday is
My favorite toy is
My favorite animal is
My favorite book is
My favorite song is
My favorite game is
My favorite thing to do at school is
What I know about Jesus is
When I grow up I want to
I love


 
4js
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  • 4js on 02-29-12 05:06 AM
In response to susanilten

Great idea! I think I'll take 10 question at have them on my DD school picture each year. It would be fun to see how the answers have changed.


 
runmomof4
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In response to Penny Lane

I went to a blog called cherisheeveryday, she had one that is for school aged kids.


 
Castle Scrapper
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In response to runmomof4

I saw a cute page where the kids were asked "what would you do with a million dollars". Cute responses!


 
cutescrapper
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In response to Penny Lane

I saw an idea for a gift for a hubby where you write 100 things you love. You would think that it would be easy but it takes some thinking.

Although it is fun to really sit and consider what you love.


 
lovinlife
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In response to cutescrapper

2 more things to consider putting on this layout are her hand print and her signature- they'll change so much and it will be fun to have those documented as well




my blog:www.live-love-scrap.blogspot.com



 
PDRNC
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  • PDRNC on 03-01-12 05:23 AM
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Love this idea. I might do a page for each of my boys.


 
meezerpleaser
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I remember that when my mom was a day-care teacher, she had the kids to give her a recipe for something they liked to eat (way back when moms actually COOKED for their kids :)) and the responses were hilarious. She made them into a little "recipe book" and gave it out to the parents and it was a big hit. "Make the oven 800 and make the pizza turn black. Have a drink. Tell a joke."


 
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