65 Exciting Class Presentation Topics For Kids

Clacts - 65 Exciting Class Presentation Topics For KidsInteresting and creative class presentations transform a boring and nerve-wracking class activity into an opportunity to talk about a subject that is either exciting or one in which your children will learn a valuable life skill.

Almost all students will be asked to make a presentation in front of the class at some stage in their education. While many students young and old fear speaking in public, making public speaking fun for children help them not only get through it successfully but also enjoy the process.

So the next time you are looking for class presentation topics for kids of various ages to include in your lesson plan, refer to this list of 65 exciting subject matters.

  • Tell a short biography of your life; even if some parts are loosely based on true events.
  • Tell a bunch of hilarious jokes from a joke book.
  • Give reasons why you prefer one of these movie types: Real-life or Animated.
  • Read a book and review it for the class.
  • Select a product from the teacher’s desk and give a client brief on how you would advertise its features and benefits.
  • Act out a monologue from a famous play or Hollywood blockbuster.
  • Two students act out a dialogue from a famous play or Hollywood blockbuster.
  • Memorize and read out a fable or short story.
  • Be the quizmaster and ask the class trivia questions.
  • Recount a day in the life of your pet or favorite animal.
  • State your favorite color, explain why and list as many things as you can think of that are that color.
  • Describe what the world will look like in 100 years.
  • Recount your favorite day ever. What you did and why it was special.
  • State your favorite super hero and explain why they are awesome.
  • Outline all the ingredients and steps of your favorite dish. Bring some for the class to try and earn brownie (hint!) points.
  • Describe the best invention ever made and how it makes the world a better place.
  • Describe the plot of your favorite movie.
  • Explain what you would wish for if you were granted just one wish.
  • Explain why iPads and Tablets are excellent tools for teaching and learning.
  • Explain why iPads and Tablets should not be used in the classroom
  • Give reasons why you prefer one of these items: Books or eBooks.
  • Think about and describe why you think the dinosaurs died.
  • Describe your favorite hobby and why you love it.
  • Outline the plot behind a new comic book that you are developing.
  • Explain why it is important to recycle.
  • Highlight all the advantages of wearing a school uniform.
  • Discuss all the downsides of having to wear a school uniform.
  • What are examples of good manners and why are they important.
  • Explain why actors and actresses deserve to get paid millions of dollars to act in movies and TV shows.
  • Describe the first three things you would do if you ruled the world.
  • Explain the rules of your favorite indoor game.
  • Give reasons why you prefer to play fun class activities indoors or outdoors.
  • Explain why you think it is important to learn public speaking as children.
  • Give reasons why you think so many people love to eat fast food.
  • Describe your favorite pet and how they should be looked after.
  • Explain why you think homework is important.
  • Describe what you would do to make your school better.
  • Explain how you could stop bullying forever.
  • Describe your favorite subject at school and give reasons why.
  • Describe how you spent your summer holidays.
  • Explain why spring, summer, fall, or winter is your favorite season.
  • Explain why it is important to be grateful every day.
  • Describe five things you wish to accomplish in your lifetime.
  • Describe how children would change the world if children were in charge.
  • Outline the reasons why you would love to live in your favorite place in the world.
  • Give reasons why you prefer to live in one of these countries: Scotland or Australia.
  • Explain why smoking and drinking are bad for your health.
  • Describe a new toy you would like to invent and what it could do.
  • Explain a time when you were brave.
  • Describe what you want to be when you are older and why.
  • Explain what you would research if someone gave you $1,000 to find out all you can about that topic.
  • Give reasons why you prefer one of these presents: $100 cash or a $100 gift voucher for your favorite store.
  • Describe the most difficult thing about being a kid.
  • Reveal the most exciting moment of your life to the class.
  • Bring a favorite toy to the class and explain what it can do and why you love it.
  • Describe everything you love about your most favorite person in the world.
  • Recall a recent or most memorable dream you had.
  • Explain what you think it takes to become the President of the United States of America.
  • Describe five things you would do if you were invisible for one day.
  • Choose a classmate that you would swap places with for a day if you had the chance and explain why.
  • Explain why zoos are cruel to animals and offer alternatives.
  • List five things that make a great cartoon.
  • Give reasons why you prefer one of these subjects: Art or Science.
  • Design a single outfit that people in the future must wear every day if they were forced to do so and explain your design.
  • Tell the class three things you would do if you didn’t have to go to school tomorrow. The child with the best answers gets to skip school for the day. (Only joking!)

This list of 65 speech topics for kids can easily be re-purposed as creative writing ideas.

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