50 Family Feud Questions and Answers for Kids

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Family Feud is unmistakable one of the most popular game shows of the 70s – and, perhaps, even of all time! But why wait for your turn at the guest’s table?

Though your family may never be participants on the show, you can certainly host your own Family Feud game night at home! But, you may be stuck for questions to ask?

These unique Family Feud questions should get you going! Family Feud has also spawned a number of popular board and card games, which I’ve listed at the bottom of this post!

Whether you’re familiar with the game show or not, you and your family are sure to enjoy answering these questions, too. Simply refer to the game rules below to learn how to play!

In This Post:

  • How to Play Family Feud at Home
  • 50 Fantastic Family Feud Questions
  • The Top 10 Best Family Feud Card & Board Games

How to Play Family Feud at Home

The rules below have been adapted from the Family Feud Game Show and related card and board games. If you’re playing Family Feud without a board or card game, you can follow these. 

Otherwise, it’s better to follow the instructions for the card or board game you’re playing. You can write up new cards for your game using the Family Feud questions in this post, though.

Usually, the answers to each question asked in the Family Feud are based on the top answers polled from a panel of 100 people. As such, the answers are survey answers, not factual!

However, for convenience’s sake, the questions listed below have been made up randomly! Feel free to adapt, reorder, or substitute these answers – or make up your own questions!

Game Rules:

Here are some basic Family Feud game rules. Feel free to adapt these to your game night!

Elect Your Host

First off, select a host out of all the players. The host will be responsible for reading out the game questions and keeping the score!

Top tip: Write out your survey questions on individual cards beforehand for the host to use during the game.

Split Into Teams

Next up, divide your remaining family and friends into two equally-sized teams. 

Top tip: Being called Family Feud, ideally, families should get teamed off against each other in this game. You could also invite the neighbors to face off with your family, though!

Choose Players to Start

One member of each team must now be elected to answer the first question. The host must then read out the question, and the first team member to buzz in gets to answer.

Top tip: You can buy game buzzers to use for the night. Or, just have team members make a loud, funny, buzzing sound themselves!

Fight For Control!

The team member that buzzes in first gets one chance to answer the question. If the player’s answer is the number 1 most popular survey answer, their team wins control. 

If not, the opposing team gets a chance to guess a correct or higher-ranking answer to win control. If they fail, the opposite team gets another chance, and so on.

Top tip: Each game round revolves around one game question. Additionally, each Family Feud question has multiple answers consisting of the top most popular survey answers.

Guess the Rest of the Answers to Win

Whichever team wins control now has to guess the rest of the answers on the card to win the round. Any answer that is on the card is acceptable, not just consecutive ones.

Top tip: During this section of the game, each team member must make a guess without consulting other players on their team.


If a team member answers one question wrong while having control of the question, they get a strike. The team needs to guess all the answers correctly without getting three!

If the team does get three strikes before correctly guessing all the answers, control is passed onto the next team. 

The opposing team then has to guess one answer correctly to win the round. If they guess correctly, they win; if not, the opposing team wins the round.

Top tip: Usually, a game of Family Feud consists of four rounds of questions. But, if there is a draw (or you just want to play more), you can extend the game with a few lightning rounds!

The Lightning Rounds!

For a lightning round, two opposing team members get selected to square off. One gets to stay with the host, while the other goes to another room.

The host will then ask them five survey questions, during which the player has 20 seconds to answer. Then, the opposing team’s player takes their turn to do the same.

Afterward, each player’s correct answers get scored based on how popular they are. These points get tallied up, and the player with the most points wins the round!

Top tip: You can allot points to each answer based on where it lands on the list. For example, the top-ranking survey answer can be worth 10 points, while the bottom ranking can be worth 1!

Who Wins?

The team with the most round wins during the game wins. The team who wins the most game rounds, plus lightning rounds, wins!

Top tip: Usually, a Family Feud game consists of four game rounds and 1-2 lightning rounds. However, you can play as many rounds as you like!

Family Feud Questions and Answers for Kids

50 Fantastic Family Feud Questions

Now that we’ve covered the game rules let’s see which are the best Family Feud questions to ask! Write these on your blank cards that come with your board game, or print them out!

  1. Pizza
  2. Rome
  3. Gelato
  4. Vespas
  5. Pasta
  6. Espresso
  7. Ferraris
  8. Football
  9. Versace
  10. Leaning Tower of Pisa

2: Name Something That Hibernates

  1. Hedgehog
  2. Bear
  3. Bat
  4. Bumblebee
  5. Snake
  6. Skunk
  7. Squirrel
  8. Chipmunk
  9. Common Poorwill
  10. Deer Mouse

3: Name Something That You Can’t Eat

  1. Air
  2. Clouds
  3. Music
  4. Sound
  5. Water
  6. A House
  7. Time
  8. Space
  9. Pain
  10. Love

4: Name Things That You See Outside

  1. Trees
  2. Mountains
  3. Hills
  4. Clouds
  5. The sky
  6. Grass
  7. Buildings
  8. Roads
  9. The ocean
  10. Snow

5: Name Something You Can Push

  1. Buttons
  2. Prams
  3. Shopping carts
  4. Lawnmowers
  5. Hoovers
  6. Wheelchairs
  7. Swings
  8. Toy Cars
  9. Wagons
  10. Bobsleds

6: Name Something You Feel

  1. Happiness
  2. Pain
  3. Anger
  4. Love
  5. Jealousy
  6. Rage
  7. Emotion
  8. Touch
  9. Sadness
  10. Pride

7: Name Something That Can Hurt You

  1. Cars
  2. People
  3. Dentists
  4. Cactuses
  5. Pins
  6. Scissors
  7. Knives
  8. Guns
  9. Tasers
  10. Poison

8: Name Something That Doesn’t Exist

  1. Nothing
  2. Unicorns
  3. Dragons
  4. God
  5. World peace
  6. Dodos
  7. Mammoths
  8. Aliens
  9. Time-traveling machines
  10. Santa Claus

9: Name Something Funny

  1. Cartoons
  2. Comedians
  3. Jokes
  4. Clowns
  5. Pranks
  6. Tickles
  7. Memes
  8. Pugs
  9. Emoticons
  10. Monkeys

10: Name Something That You Can Eat

  1. Food
  2. Breakfast
  3. Lunch
  4. Dinner
  5. Dessert
  6. Cake
  7. Chocolate
  8. Beer
  9. Food groups
  10. Take out

11: Name Something That Goes Up

  1. Elevators
  2. Lifts
  3. Hot air balloons
  4. Planes
  5. Stairs
  6. Hot air
  7. Gas
  8. Ladders
  9. Poles
  10. Rockets

12: Name Something That You Can See

  1. Color
  2. People
  3. Trees
  4. Matter
  5. Reflections
  6. Shapes
  7. Things
  8. Animals
  9. Light
  10. The sky

13: Name Something That Makes You Happy

  1. Achievements
  2. Love
  3. Friends
  4. Romance
  5. Family
  6. Puppies
  7. Kittens
  8. Children
  9. Nature
  10. Health

14: Name Something That Makes You Cry

  1. Break Ups
  2. Onions
  3. Death
  4. Love
  5. Depression
  6. Roasties
  7. Funerals
  8. Weddings
  9. Bad news
  10. Sad movies

15: Name Something That Is Fun

  1. The circus
  2. Bouncy castles
  3. Swimming
  4. Parties
  5. Travel
  6. Adventures
  7. Road trips
  8. Pinatas
  9. Water slides
  10. Popping candy

16: Name Something That Is Green

  1. Grass
  2. Green beans
  3. Broccoli
  4. Leaves
  5. Yoda
  6. Apples
  7. Hulk
  8. Green eggs & ham
  9. Frogs
  10. Limes

17: Name Something With Limbs That Can’t Walk

  1. Babies
  2. Fish
  3. Seals
  4. Chairs
  5. A tree
  6. Snakes
  7. A table
  8. Furniture
  9. Cars
  10. Birds

18: Name Something That You Need But Don’t Really Want to Use

  1. Insurance
  2. Medical aid
  3. A taser
  4. A grave
  5. A coffin
  6. A will
  7. Soap
  8. A medical aid kit
  9. A gun
  10. Pepper spray

19: Name Something You Avoid

  1. Paying bills
  2. Taxes
  3. Salad
  4. The gym
  5. Spiders
  6. Cockroaches
  7. The dentist
  8. Chores
  9. Relatives
  10. Your mother-in-law

20: Name Something Slippery

  1. Noodles
  2. Eels
  3. Ice
  4. Wet floors
  5. Wet soap
  6. Algae
  7. Banana peels
  8. Fish
  9. Wet roads
  10. Oil slicks

21: Name Something That Keeps You Up At Night

  1. Stress
  2. Work
  3. Social media
  4. Netflix
  5. Babies
  6. Kids
  7. Cats
  8. Insomnia
  9. Mobile phones
  10. Parties

22: Name Something You Hate

  1. Bad drivers
  2. Bills
  3. Taxes
  4. School
  5. Chores
  6. Bullies
  7. Work
  8. Picking a movie
  9. Choosing what to have for dinner
  10. The one sock

23: Name Something You Run Away From

  1. Monsters
  2. Your responsibilities
  3. Tsunamis
  4. Velociraptors
  5. Sharknados
  6. Serial killers
  7. Toxic friends
  8. In-laws
  9. Your neighbors
  10. Your boss

24: Name Something You Plug In

  1. Lamps
  2. Appliances
  3. Charging cables
  4. A keyboard
  5. A PC
  6. A fan
  7. A USB stick
  8. An electric kettle
  9. A toaster
  10. A plug

25: Name Something You Can’t See

  1. Air
  2. Gas
  3. Feelings
  4. Empathy
  5. Elephants in the Room
  6. Wisdom
  7. Intelligence
  8. Loyalty
  9. Souls
  10. Wifi

26: Name Something You Do Every Day

  1. Eat
  2. Sleep
  3. Walk
  4. Brush Teeth
  5. Wash
  6. Think
  7. Feel
  8. Touch
  9. Talk
  10. Drink

27: Name Something You Can’t Touch

  1. Lava
  2. Heaven
  3. Ghosts
  4. Famous people
  5. Software
  6. Magnetic force
  7. Gravity
  8. Light
  9. A rainbow
  10. Stars

28: Name Something Associated With Australia

  1. Kangaroos
  2. Sydney Opera House
  3. Koalas
  4. Deadly animals
  5. The Great Barrier Reef
  6. Down under
  7. Barbecues
  8. Kylie Minogue
  9. Nicole Kidman
  10. Sydney funnel-web spiders

29: Name Something You Can Roll

  1. Barrels
  2. Logs
  3. A ball
  4. Wheels
  5. Sushi
  6. A rolling pin
  7. A pencil
  8. A cigar or cigarette
  9. Cookie dough
  10. Roulades

30: Name Something Flat

  1. A pancake
  2. The plains of Spain
  3. A cutting board
  4. A table
  5. Kitchen countertops
  6. A six-pack
  7. A flat tire
  8. The Flat Earth
  9. Non-carbonated soda
  10. A piece of paper

31: Name Something You Switch On

  1. Lights
  2. A PC
  3. Your phone
  4. A lightbulb
  5. A game console
  6. A lamp
  7. Electronics
  8. The coffee machine
  9. Your motivation
  10. Machines

32: Name Something Associated With Japan

  1. Sushi
  2. Anime
  3. Mount Fuji
  4. Cat cafes
  5. Tea ceremonies
  6. Matcha
  7. Cherry blossoms or Sakura
  8. Geishas
  9. Kimonos
  10. Koi fish

33: Name Something That Walks on Legs

  1. Humans
  2. Horses
  3. Dogs
  4. Giraffes
  5. Donkeys
  6. Cats
  7. Birds
  8. Mammals
  9. Monsters
  10. Unicorns

34: Name Something That Can Speak Intelligibly

  1. People
  2. Siri
  3. Voice assistants
  4. Smart speakers
  5. Robots
  6. Alexa
  7. Google Assistant
  8. AI
  9. Parrots
  10. A child

35: Name Something Bright

  1. The sun
  2. The stars
  3. A lamp
  4. A light
  5. A ray of light
  6. A spark
  7. A fire
  8. A refraction
  9. A smile
  10. A flame

36: Name Something Dark

  1. Night
  2. Shadows
  3. The color black
  4. Monsters
  5. Depression
  6. Outer space
  7. A black hole
  8. Black cats
  9. Mascara
  10. Caves

37: Name Something Associated With Peru

  1. Machu Picchu
  2. Llamas
  3. Alpacas
  4. The Incas
  5. The Amazon
  6. Rainbow Mountain
  7. Cusco
  8. Lima
  9. The Andes
  10. Ceviche

38: Name Something Old

  1. Trees
  2. Mountains
  3. Dinosaurs
  4. Fossils
  5. Antiques
  6. Crystals
  7. Cave paintings
  8. Your grandma
  9. Stonehenge
  10. Ruins

39: Name Something New

  1. The New Moon
  2. 1st Grade
  3. A tasting menu
  4. A makeover
  5. A blind date
  6. Take away
  7. Your first kiss
  8. A change of location
  9. Moving house
  10. A promotion

40: Name Something Purple

  1. Violets
  2. Aubergines
  3. Figs
  4. Grapes
  5. Gumdrops
  6. Ribena
  7. Blackberries
  8. Barney the Dinosaur
  9. Red cabbage
  10. Lavender

41: Name Something Round

  1. A ball
  2. The sun
  3. The moon
  4. A tennis ball
  5. An orange
  6. A button
  7. A wheel
  8. A watermelon
  9. A pie
  10. An eyeball

42: Name Something Associated With Africa

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro
  2. The Big Five
  3. The Nile
  4. Egypt
  5. The Pyramids
  6. Timbuktu
  7. The Cradle of Humankind
  8. Nelson Mandela
  9. Diamonds
  10. Bunny chows

43: Name Something That Never Dies

  1. Rocks
  2. Turritopsis doohmii (the immortal jellyfish)
  3. Tardigrades
  4. The soul
  5. God
  6. A legacy
  7. History
  8. Money
  9. Robots
  10. A sweet tooth

44: Name Something Equal

  1. Twins
  2. A pair
  3. The number 2
  4. A scale
  5. An infinity sign
  6. 1+1
  7. 44
  8. Apples and apples
  9. An = sign
  10. Men and women

45: Name Something Inequal

  1. Apples and oranges
  2. The number 7
  3. Asymmetry
  4. Wealth
  5. Poverty
  6. Injustice
  7. 1+2
  8. An > sign
  9. Prejudice
  10. An obtuse triangle

46: Name Something Associated With France

  1. Cheese
  2. The Eiffel Tower
  3. Macarons
  4. Baguettes
  5. Bicycles
  6. Wine
  7. The Louvre
  8. Haute Couture
  9. Perfume
  10. Croissants

47: Name Something You Cut

  1. Vegetables
  2. Food
  3. Bread
  4. String
  5. Paper
  6. Fabric
  7. Fruit
  8. Hair
  9. Nails
  10. Gemstones

48: Name Something Healthy

  1. Produce
  2. Nuts
  3. A balanced diet
  4. Exercise
  5. Salad
  6. Fresh fruit
  7. Walks
  8. Salmon
  9. Avocados
  10. Water

49: Name Something Small

  1. Pins
  2. Nails
  3. Buttons
  4. Staples
  5. Dust
  6. Hair
  7. Spores
  8. Ants
  9. Atoms
  10. Molecules

50: Name Something You Do While Alone

  1. Sing
  2. Dance
  3. Pick your nose
  4. Read
  5. Binge-eat ice cream
  6. Exercise
  7. Walk
  8. Bathe
  9. Listen to music
  10. Work

The Top 10 Best Family Feud Card & Board Games

Try out these fun Family Feud games at your next game night!

1. Disney Family Feud Signature Game

Disney Family Feud Signature Game
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This unique, Disney-themed Family Feud game is a hit with little ones and adults alike! It suits kids aged 3+ (for the trivia questions) and 6+ for the Family Feud game itself.

The set comes with scorecards and blank question cards. Plus, face off and fast money cards with Family Feud questions specifically related to all your favorite Disney characters!

2. Endless Games Family Feud 6th Edition + Strikeout Card Game Bundle

Endless Games Family Feud 6th Edition + Strikeout Card Game Bundle
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Why choose one Family Feud game when you can have two for the price of one? This 3-pack even comes with a game buzzer with a built-in countdown timer to play with!

3. Spin Master Platinum Family Feud Signature Game

Spin Master Platinum Family Feud Signature Game
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The Platinum Family Feud game comes with everything you need to play! It’s all here – from score pads to face-off and fast money cards, plus a family buzzer app to use to play.

4. Family Feud Strikeout Card Game

Family Feud Strikeout Card Game
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This fun Family Feud card game is perfect for taking with you on the road! The set includes survey question cards, blue and red strike cards, and instructions on how to play. 

5. Family Feud 6th Edition Competition

Family Feud 6th Edition Competition
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Enjoy the classic Family Feud game with your friends and family! This set is suitable for kids aged 10+ and comes with a wide variety of survey questions! 

6. Family Feud Trivia Box Card Game

Family Feud Trivia Box Card Game
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Are you looking for a simple Family Feud game or some extra game cards? If so, this set is perfect – it comes with 203 unique survey question cards to play with!

7. Family Feud 3rd Edition DVD Game

Family Feud 3rd Edition DVD Game
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The Family Feud 3rd Edition DVD box set is the ultimate authentic Family Feud experience, hosted by John O’ Hurley himself. All of the questions are also directly from the game show! 

8. Family Feud Star Wars Trivia Game

Family Feud Star Wars Trivia Game
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Fans are sure to be excited by the prospect of playing this Star Wars-themed Family Feud game! It includes 200 cards with 400 Star Wars-related questions for fans of the movies!

9. Family Feud After Hours 2018 Edition

Family Feud After Hours 2018 Edition
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This adults-only pop culture-inspired Family Feud game is one to keep for after-hours play only! Play it with friends, co-workers, or teens aged 17+ and up!

10. Family Feud Kid’s vs. Parents

Feuds aren’t just between families, but with kids and adults, too! This Kids vs. Adults Family Feud game lets you battle head-to-head with the young ones!


Family feuds may be common, but they aren’t usually fun! Playing Family Feud is so much more enjoyable! Stay sane, and battle it out with these family feud questions, instead!

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