Thanks to the popularity of our post 65 Exciting Class Presentation Topics For Kids, we’re pleased to provide another 65 class presentation ideas for children to make public speaking in class fun for your students and boost your list of presentation topics to choose from.
Presenting in front of other, whether in class or in the business world, can be nerve-wracking. But teaching kids to make speeches better prepares them for a confident and bright future. It’s our hope that the following list of speech topics for kids will turn their fear of public speaking into a joyful experience. Some of them even have more than one speaker, if strength in numbers helps bring shy students out of their shell.
Without further ado, here’s the list of 65 exciting class presentation subjects:
66. Split the class into groups of three and give each group a country of the world. They will research 9 interesting facts of their respective countries and present them in front of the class; 3 interesting facts per student.
67. Like idea 66 above but each student researches a famous person from that country and presents a 3-sentence biography of their chosen person’s life; some parts can be loosely based on true events.
68. Give each student an origami puzzle to master (see Top 10 Easy Origami for Kids | How-to Videos for ideas). They will then present their model and then lead the rest of the class in building their origami model.
69. Ask the kids to wear a favorite item of clothing or accessory to the class and explain why they love it.
70. Each student will think up and present reasons why they prefer one of these computer types: PC or Mac.
71. Each student will think up and present reasons why they prefer one of these mobile types: Apple or Android.
72. Give each student a Scout merit badge and they will present what it’s for and how to earn it.
73. Two students learn and act out a dialogue from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
74. Read a Roald Dahl book in class but each child will come to the front and read 2 pages each.
75. Ask each student to recount a day in the life of their favorite president or world leader.
76. Ask each student to make a floor plan of their dream apartment and they will then draw it on the whiteboard while explaining where each room is and, if time allows, what’s special about each room.
77. Each student will select an inspiration quote (get some ideas from our image gallery of 35 Inspiration Quotes For The Classroom). They will then explain to the class what they believe it means and why it’s meaningful.
78. Using their chosen quote from idea 77 above, your students will draw a new picture for their quote and present it to the class.
79. Bring products from the supermarket and challenge each child to come up and advertise its features and benefits to the other students.
80. Can your kids think of a world without money? After thinking about the answer in groups of four, they will come up and present their ideas. Each child must speak for at least 30 seconds.
81. Your kids will state their favorite month and explain why they love it so much.
82. Ask your kids to recount your favorite minute ever. What happened and why was it special?
83. Kids must describe a new fruit they would like to invent and what it would look and taste like.
84. During idea 83 above, the other students will attempt to draw the fruit that is being presented. Each student will then hold up their drawing and suggest a name for the new fruit.
85. Can your kids highlight all the advantages of going to school?
86. And can they think of all the downsides of having to go to school?
87. Ask the kids to explain the gameplay of their favorite computer game or board game.
88. Ask students to list five things they would do with a million dollars and explain why for each one.
89. Split the class into couples. Give each couple a cartoon and ask them to list five things each that make it entertaining.
90. Ask the kids to think about and describe what would happen if you were sucked into a black hole.
91. Ask the kids to describe what they did during recess (good opportunity to find out any problems with bullying and segregation).
92. Ask students to explain why they think it is important to save energy.
93. With your kids thinking green, can they think of an invention or improvement that will save energy? It can be one that already exists (like electric cars) or a brand new one.
94. On the whiteboard, each child will list all the ingredients and recipe of their favorite cake or pastry. Give an A+ to any student who bakes one for you!
95. Give each student a magic trick to master (see 10 Easy Magic Tricks for Kids | How-to Videos for ideas). They will then present their magic trick and then lead the rest of the class in learning how it’s done so they can wow their friends and family.
96. The kids in groups of three will act out examples of good deeds and explain why are they good.
97. Each student will think up and present reasons why they prefer one of these super powers: flight or strength.
98. Ask the kids to present who they would like to meet if they could read the mind of one famous person alive or dead.
99. Ask students to explain why it is important to be honest, responsible and accountable every day.
100. Your kids will think about the best discovery ever (can be food, medicine, evolution, etc.) and explain how it made the world a better place.
101. Ask the kids to describe 10 things they wish to accomplish in their future careers.
102. Divide the class into pairs. Can the students give 6 ideas each on what they would do to improve their town?
103. Each student will think up and present reasons why they would prefer to live in one of these decades: 1960’s or 1990’s.
104. Can each student present reasons why presidents should not get paid millions of dollars to run the country?
105. Ask each student to describe a time when they were excited.
106. Divide the class into pairs. Each pair will describe how they would run the class if they were in charge.
107. In the same pairs as 106 above, ask them to draw a uniform that students in their class must wear every day and explain the design.
108. Two students learn and act out a dialogue from any Disney animated movie.
109. Students will choose a city of Europe and give 5 reasons why they would love to visit this city.
110. Divide the class into pairs. Can the students give 6 ideas each on what they would do to redecorate the classroom?
111. On the whiteboard, each child will draw the layout of their very own veggie garden and explain what they would love to grow there.
112. Ask the kids to explain what charity they would start if they were given a million dollars to start one.
113. Go through the activities in 1001 Fun Class Activities and Learning Games and give each student a fun activity to lead the rest of the class.
114. Ask each student to recount a typical work day while performing their dream job.
115. The students will choose a movie character that they would swap places with for a day if they had the chance and explain why.
116. Can the kids remember a funny daydream they had? If not, they can make one up.
117. Watch a movie in class and ask each student to pick a scene and present what happened.
118. As a homework assignment, the kids will interview one person from their life and present the interview responses for the rest of the class.
119. If the kids could open a Disneyland Resort in any country in the world, where would it be and how would the rides be different?
120. If your students were able to turn any object into one thing, what would that thing be and why?
121. Ask students to list and explain five things they would do if they were eight-foot-tall for one day.
122. Split the class into five groups and give each group an electronic gadget. Each group member will come up with a step-by-step guide to using one feature of that gadget, with at least 5 steps.
123. Ask the kids to bring a favorite photo to the class and explain what it’s about and why they love it.
124. Ask students to describe the most difficult thing about being president.
125. The students will choose a cartoon character that they would swap places with for a day if they had the chance and explain why.
126. Split the class into five groups. Each group will have one of the five senses and each student will give one method of developing that sense. Check out 16 Activities to Teach the Five Senses to Kids for ideas.
127. Give each student a different winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and they will research and present who it was awarded to and why.
128. The kids in groups of four will act out examples of generosity and explain why are they good.
129. If the kids could award the Olympic Games to any country in the world, where would it be and why?
130. Ask the kids why going to school four days a week would be better or worse than five days a week. The child with the best answers gets to skip school one day a week (not really!)
And like our first list of 65 class presentation topics, simply repurposed any of the ideas above into fun creative writing projects for kids.