Introductory Paragraph: Conversation can be difficult at times, especially for people who don’t often have it with each other. If you’re looking for topics for middle schoolers to use for conversation starters, here are some fun, lighthearted ideas.
1. Who’s your favorite singer or band? – Perfect for getting a conversation going, this one works especially well if everyone in the group loves music.
2. What did you do for summer vacation? – This is great for giving people something to talk about and it can also spark some friendly competition as each person tries to come up with something more exciting than the last.
3. What do you want to be when you grow up? – A great conversation starter as kids at this age are usually exploring different career ideas.
4. Which book has been your favorite this year? – An interesting conversation starter that can lead to further conversation about books, authors, genres, and so on.
5. If you could live anywhere, where would it be? – This question can really get kids’ imaginations going and lead to great conversations about different places and cultures.
6. How would you describe yourself in three words? – A unique question for middle schoolers to answer about themselves and to help others get to know one another better.
7. What’s the best advice someone has ever given you? – A great conversation starter that can also be a source of inspiration.
8. What was the last movie you watched? – More movies come out all the time, so this is a good way to keep the conversation going by finding out what everyone is watching.
9. What hobby would you like to pick up? – A great way to get people to think about their future goals and plans.
10. What one superpower would you choose if you could pick? – A fun topic that can lead to some interesting discussions about the pros and cons of each superpower.
11. Who is your hero and why? – A great question that can bring out some inspiring answers from the group.
12. What’s the best present you’ve ever received? – A great way to get people to recall memories and make them feel good.
13. If you could time travel, where would you go? – A fun, imaginative conversation starter that can get people’s creative juices flowing.
14. What do you think is the most unusual thing about you? – This one is great for getting to know each other better and seeing how the group sees themselves.
15. What is one thing you learned this little? – A good way to find out what everyone has been up to and to show that everyone is always learning new things.
16. What would you do if you won a million dollars? – A great conversation starter that can bring out some interesting answers.
17. What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done? – Another great way of getting to know each other better and sharing some interesting stories.
18. What type of music do you like? – A classic conversation starter that can lead to further discussion about different genres and artists.
19. What would you invent to make life easier? – A great way to get people’s creative ideas flowing and to see some unique solutions for everyday problems.
20. What’s your favorite school subject? – An interesting conversation starter that can lead to further conversations about the importance of different school subjects.