Practice Asking Questions
How do you get your students asking questions?
These are the top 10 asking questions worksheets to get your students curious.
From game boards to open discussion topics, we have only what’s been tried, tested and true.
And don’t forget that these asking questions worksheets are free to use in any classroom without any need for permission.
1 Talking Bingo
The purpose of this activity is to find other students who can answer “yes” to the questions in the Bingo sheet. When they answer “yes”, you can mark down an X until it’s complete.
2 Reverse Quiz Show
For this quiz show, instead of answering questions, you ask questions. For each category, you pick a number. Behind the card, there is an answer. You have to make a question for that answer.
Reverse Quiz Show
3 Topics from a Hat
Sometimes, it’s best just to open the classroom for discussion with
free talking topics. You can also cut these topics as separate questions and place them on their desks.
Topics from a Hat
4 What’s in the Box?
The teacher brings a box with an item in it. Students have to ask “yes” or “no” questions and find out what’s in the box.
What’s in the Box?
After students roll the dice, they have to make a question regarding the topic they land on. Who finishes at the end first?
Talktastic Board Game
6 What’s the Question?
Make a question for each topic. Each question has to specific for that topic with a single answer.
What’s the Question?
7 Find your Dream Job
In pairs, students will ask each other “do you want..” questions. Based on the count for each occupation, students will find their dream job.
Find your Dream Job
8 Have You Ever Questions
This asking questions worksheet practices “have you ever” questions. After the teacher asks a question in this format, students will run to each side of the room.
Have You Ever Questions
9 Would you Rather…
Walk around the class asking “would you rather” questions. Fill in the tic-tac-toe sheet to connect three in a row for both game boards.
Would you Rather…
10 Dice Questions
In pairs, students roll a large and small dice. Each number corresponds to a “who”, “what”, “when”, “where”, “how” and “have you ever” type of question. Ask the question and earn big points.
All of our worksheets are
free to use for any purpose and ready to print for your classroom.