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Roll the Question Dice: 5 Fun Conversation Cubes (Printable PDF)

Question Dice: In this article, we share 5 fun Conversation Cubes for kids (printable PDF at the end of the post) on a range of different topics & a blank conversation dice template to add your own questions

A few weeks back we published a post on fun conversation starters for kids.

Knowing a few icebreakers is great, but I thought we could add a bit of fun with this fun “Roll the Question Dice” activity.

These printable conversation cubes will cover the following topics:

  1. Getting to know you
  2. Would you rather questions
  3. Friendship
  4. Gratitude
  5. Self-Esteem
  6. Blank Conversation Cube (this one is for you to fill in)

So, go ahead and roll these fun question dice!

“Getting to Know you” Question DiceALL ABOUT YOU QUESTION DICE PRINTABLE

This questioning dice is a fun activity for the children or students to get to know each other a bit better.

You can also roll the question dice as an icebreaker on a play date.

You’ll find the following questions:

  • What’s your favorite thing to do on the weekend?
  • What is your favorite joke?
  • What do you like most about school?
  • What is your favorite food?
  • What is your favorite chore? And your least favorite?
  • If you could have any animal for a pet, what would you choose?

Check more conversation starter ideas for kids

“Would you rather” Conversation CubeWOULD YOU RATHER CONVERSATION CUBE

“Would you rather” questions are an all-time favorite with the kids.

Try the following ones, or add new questions to the blank conversation cube available in the download.

  • Would you rather be able to fly or be invisible?
  • Would you rather swim in the pool or the beach?
  • Would you rather eat ice cream or chocolate?
  • Would you rather eat spinach ice cream or broccoli milkshake?
  • Would you rather pat a spider or a cockroach?
  • Would you rather be chased by a lion or a pack of wolves?


Kids are learning about friendship.

These are a few questions to help them reflect on the importance of friendship values.

  • What makes a good friend?
  • How would a good friend make you feel about yourself?
  • Is it better to have a fun friend or a kind friend?
  • How many people do you trust with your feelings? What makes them special?
  • What would you say to a friend that looks sad?
  • What would you say to a friend that looks worried?

⇒ Other friendship activities for kids (includes printable PDF)


This question cube will help kids practice expressing how thankful they are for the good things in life.

The gratitude question die includes the following questions:

  • What are 3 things you love about a best friend?
  • What are 3 things that you are thankful for?
  • What is the best gift you have ever received and why is it special to you.
  • What do you love about your parents?
  • Name a teacher you had that you are grateful for and why.
  • What is the nicest thing that someone said to you recently? How did it make you feel?

Check out more ideas on gratitude prompts for kids


Loving ourselves boosts our confidence and helps us to think more positively about ourselves.

Let’s roll the self-esteem question dice and work a bit on that self-love.

Questions included:

  • Name 3 things you love about yourself.
  • What makes you happy?
  • List 3 things you have done and are proud of.
  • What is something positive you accomplished recently?
  • What is the nicest compliment you have ever received?
  • What are your strengths?

More ideas on how to improve our kids’ self-esteem

How To Prepare Your DIY Conversation Cubes

The printable Question Dice PDF covers all the questions that we have mentioned above plus a blank template for you to add any other questions you wish to cover.securing the inner flaps of a conversation cube with cello tape

These are some additional tips that may help you:

  • When using the blank conversation cube, you may add several questions to each side of your blank cube:
    • move to the next question when one has already been answered
    • offer other options if a kid gets stuck and can’t think of an answer for any of the questions you prepared
  • I’ve prepared the printable cubes in US letter size, but since it doesn’t have illustrations the printing quality is also good should you choose to go for a bigger printing size (the cubes looked great when I printed them on A3)
  • I’ve printed my cubes on thicker paper. The conversation cubes in the video are printed on 300 GSM paper. I think less weight would have worked well too, but I would definitely not go for the lowest weight paper.
  • I also secure the inner flaps with cello tape because I couldn’t keep this thick paper together only with glue.

Roll the Question Dice Game

The questioning cubes in the printable look gorgeous. But, just in case you don’t have time to go through all the cutting and gluing, I have also prepared an easy option that you can use with a numbered die.

It’s also included in your conversation cubes PDF.

A list of questions to ask after rolling the dice

Printable Question Dice Download

I hope you enjoy these conversation games. Working on communication skills can be very fun.

Image of the printable question dice

Download your fun conversation dice by filling in the details below.

Let’s roll the question dice!

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