Hot seat questions make great icebreakers and conversation starters. They’re ideal to help tweens and teens get to know one another quickly. With lighthearted, no-pressure hot seat questions, students can discover shared traits and likes.
Plus, visitors and new kids can feel welcome and included. They’ll realize the common ground they share with fellow attendees.
In our youth ministry, we play a game called 60-Second Hot Seat. This is a super simple activity that highlights an individual who shows up to the ministry event.
Here’s a handy countdown video that we use for the game:
Hot Seat Questions: How to Play
The steps for playing the 60-Second Hot Seat game could not be any simpler:
- Play the video.
2. Ask the questions.
14 Hot Seat Questions to Ask
- What’s your full name?
2. Favorite ice cream?
3. Favorite movie?
4. Who is your hero?
5. If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
6. What is your biggest fear?
7. What’s your favorite family vacation?