Picnic conversation questions
Here are 25 discussion questions about picnics. This fun free speaking printable that you can download as a PDF. It is an elementary level activity and only has a few words you may need to go over with your students beforehand, such as – caught (in rain), facilities, consider, shade, protect, insects, disposable, and typical.
The picnic conversation questions are –
What are the most important things to take on a picnic?
What is the closest picnic spot to your home? What does it look like?
Do you prefer to go on picnics with a few people or a large group?
If you were taking a date on a picnic, where would you go?
What do you usually sit on when you have a picnic?
How do you keep drinks cold when you are picnicking?
What kinds of drinks are best to take on a picnic in a park?
Besides relaxing and eating, what activities do you like to do on a picnic?
What do you think is the ideal to take on a picnic lunch?
How can you cook on a picnic? Do you need to bring anything from home?
Have you ever been caught in the rain on a picnic? What did you do?
Do parks in your country have any picnic facilities? What do they have?
What do you think is the difference between a picnic and camping?
What things do you consider when planning a picnic?
Would you prefer a picnic on the beach, by a river, or in the mountains?
What kinds of things can be problems when you eat outdoors?
Do you prefer summer, spring, fall/autumn, or winter for outdoor dining?
What do you do for shade when you are picnicking?
Where do you put your rubbish when you clean up after a picnic?
How do you protect yourself from insects when you eat outside?
Do you pack a lot of things for picnicking or just a small basket?
Is it better to take disposable plates and cups or good ones from home?
What do you wear on a typical picnic?
When a person says “It’s no picnic“, they are saying that something is not fun or easy to do.
If a person says you are a sandwich short of a picnic, they are saying you are not very intelligent or even stupid.
If you make something seem like a picnic, you make a difficult situation or task easy or even enjoyable.