Public Speaking for Kids: 30 Topic Ideas for 30 Days
A great public speaker, whether a young child or a seasoned professional, is someone who reflects charisma and confidence to captivate their audience. It’s okay to feel nervous or to have fear of public speaking. Great public speakers often get nervous, but this nervous energy keeps their adrenaline flowing.
However, what is not okay is sounding and looking nervous when speaking in public. This makes the audience feel disconnected from the speaker. Public speaking training for kids seems like a daunting task, but it’s really a matter of practice.
Help your children to project magnetism and self-assuredness when they speak with these 30 inspiring speech topics for 30 days. Your kids can practice public speaking by taking one topic every day for the next 30 days. This will help them fire their imaginations to be confident public speakers. Here are some topic ideas for public speaking for children, but feel free to invent your own! Choose a topic today!
Public Speaking for Kids: Ideas for Topics
Here are the 30 topic ideas for 30 days of the month:
- The best part about living on Earth
- Let me tell you about my imaginary friend
- If you were to write a book for your kids your age to read, what it would be about?
- My favorite cartoon character
- My favorite time of the day or week
- The most delicious meal I’ve ever had
- If I could talk to animals
- If I could change one thing about the world, it would be
- My favorite game
- If I had a million dollars, what would I do?
- My dream job
- The funniest movie I have ever seen
- My typical day at school
- What sports do you like? Why?
- Interesting things you see in the sky
- The best day of my life
- My best friend
- A much-needed invention
- What planet would you visit and why?
- If you could have one superpower, what it would be?
- What’s your favorite outdoor activity?
- Tell us why too much TV is bad for your health
- If you could make one toy, what would it be?
- What is your favorite thing to do with your family?
- If you were the President for the day, what would you do?
- If you could be any animal, what animal would you be?
- What is your favorite subject in school, and why?
- What is your least favorite food?
- What’s the first thing you think of when you wake up?
- What is your favorite kind of music, and why?
Speaking on the above topic ideas will instill the power of confidence in your kids. When your child is charged with a healthy dose of self-assurance, nothing can get in the way of their success. So, take this 30-day, 30-topic challenge and boost your child’s confidence in becoming a great public speaker. You will see a decided improvement in your child’s eye contact, body language, and presentation skills.
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