Kids Monologues
for Auditions and Acting Classes

monologues for kids

Looking for kids monologues?

Browse our selection of monologues for girls and monologues for boys ages 4-13 years old!

Our children monologues are organized by age range and gender so you can find what you need right away. You'll find a selection of dramatic monologues for kids and comedic monologues. Each kid monologue comes with a short description and excerpt so you can pick only what's right for your child.

If you just can't choose or need more than one child monologue, you can also get our children monologue e-book: 33 KIDS MONOLOGUES, which includes all the monologues here plus 15 more. With 33 monologues to choose from, you can't go wrong.

All the monologues are 1 minute to 1 1/2 minutes long, which is all a kid needs for a practice or audition monologue.

Enjoy these kids monologues and please, share your reviews and success stories. You can also see reviews by others at the bottom of this page!

Note: Monologue ages are based on age range, not the actual age of your child, so pick a monologue for your kid according the types of characters they would play and their maturity level.

monologues for girls

KIDS MONOLOGUES
FOR AGES 4-6 YEARS OLD





4 year old kids are not really required to have a kid monologue ready, but older children who "play younger" may be asked for a younger monologue, so here's a selection of monologues for young kids and preschoolers.

Kids Monologues for Girls

No Goblins Allowed

Type: Comedic.

Description: Samantha talks about the special secret place in her house and the goblin who keeps trying to break in.

Excerpt: "I'm the only one who can go there. No monsters are allowed. No witches, no trolls, no crocodiles and no spiders. They all know the rule... Except the goblin..."

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How to Be a Princess

Type: Comedic.

Description: Isabella shares with the audience how to be a princess, how to find a prince and marry your daddy.

Excerpt: "Hello, my name is Isabella and I am a princess. I was born once upon a time in a land far far away..."

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Kids Monologues for Boys

When I Grow Up

Type: Comedic

Description: Richard complains to his Mommy about a day at pre-K when all the kids got to draw a picture of what they wanted to be when they grew up, except him.

Excerpt: "There's even a kid who wanted to be a fireman-policeman-Spiderman, and he got some cotton to make a spider web! But I said..."

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First Day of School

Type: Dramatic.

Description: Charley is starting kindergarten tomorrow, but he wonders if he wouldn't be better off not growing up so fast.

Excerpt: "My dad says I'm going to become a man at school. But he doesn't have to go to school. He sounds really happy. I don't feel really happy..."

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Kids Monologues for Boys or Girls

The Firefighter Trick

Type: Comedic

Description: Jordan talks about a fire drill at his school and how he learned about things that are dangerous.

Excerpt: "Mr. Fire came to our school yesterday. He's the one who drives the fire truck and fights the fire. He came to show us a fire drill..."

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The Divorce

Type: Comedic

Description: Pat has a classmate whose parents are getting a divorce. He talks to his dad, who is going away on a business trip, about his fears of the same thing happening to him.

Excerpt: "Sara Furtiz at school said her dad went on a business trip, and then he was gone a long time, and then he came back but just to say hello, and now he doesn't stay at her house anymore..."

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monologues for boys



KIDS MONOLOGUES
FOR AGES 7-10 YEARS OLD





Kids Monologues for Girls

Ask Me to Be Your Girlfriend

Type: Comedic

Description: Savannah, a little girl with a little attitude, asks her best friend if he wants to be her boyfriend, but knows how to save face when she doesn't get the answer she wants.

Excerpt: "I know you haven't asked me! But I'm just saying, if you did ask me I would say no. First of all, you don't know how to blow bubbles with your gum..."

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The Overscheduled Kid

Type: Comedic

Description: Between soccer, ballet and swim team, Kaitlin just doesn't have time for her Mom anymore, unless she can convince her to help...

Excerpt: "I'm sorry mom, but I don't have time to do stuff together anymore. If you want to hang out, you're going to have to make an appointment..."

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An Essay from the Heart

Type: Dramatic

Description: Maria is reading an essay she wrote about an event that changed her life in front of her class.

Excerpt: "If I had to describe an event that changed my life, I would have to say that it was the day I found Frizz. I don't really know how he fell into our backyard but I loved him right away..."

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Kids Monologues for Boys

Children's Day

Type: Comedic

Description: Ethan has got it all figured out. He's proclaimed a new holiday for kids to do what they like and share his plans with his parents.

Excerpt: "In the morning, you and dad would praise me for not cleaning my room and not eating my vegetables, then make me a chocolate and bubble gum omelet for breakfast..."

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The Big News

Type: Comedic.

Description: Kyle tells his friend about the big news he just got from his parents.

Excerpt: "Ok, so my mom and dad come in my room and say they have a big surprise for me. I thought for sure it was the new Batmobile we saw at Target..."

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The Baseball Game

Type: Dramatic.

Description: Hudson tells his dad how he hit a home run in his Little League baseball game only to find out his dad didn't share the moment with him.

Excerpt: "I know when you promised you'd be there you didn't know you would have to stay at work. I know you didn't have a choice... and you love me..."

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monologues for kids


KIDS MONOLOGUES
FOR AGES 11-13 YEARS OLD





Kids Monologues for Girls

How to Skip School

Type: Comedic.

Description: Julia teaches a friend how to skip school and not get caught.

Excerpt: "My alibi is my best friend Carrie. She meets me at the 7-11 after school to fill me in on anything that happened in class so I sound totally realistic when mom asks..."

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Graduation Speech Payback

Type: Comedic.

Description: Abigail is graduating from Junior High. She decides to take this opportunity to tell everyone about how everything will change in High School and how nerds will rule.

Excerpt: "Up till now, the winners have been the cool kids who don't study and the losers have been the nerdy types who win the science fair. Well, that's all going change in high school..."

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The Diet

Type: Dramatic.

Description: Kaneisha is starving herself to lose weight. In this monologue, she stands up to her mom who wants her do eat.

Excerpt: "I said fat, and I'm tired of you lying to me about the way I really look. I'm fat, so say it like it is. That's what everyone at school calls me. They laugh at the pants you make me squeeze into..."

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Kids Monologues for Boys

Vote Adam for Class President

Type: Comedic.

Description: Adam has decided to run for school president. Here, he makes an unusual speech to his classmates to try to rally the troops.

Excerpt: "As most of you know, I hold the record for most detentions. I think that makes me the perfect candidate..."

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Take Me to the Movies

Type: Comedic.

Description: Victor is using every trick in the book to convince his older brother to take him along to the movies with his friends.

Excerpt: "Please! I promise I won't embarrass you in front of your friends. I won't talk about the time you didn't want to go to school because you had a big zit on your nose or the time you..."

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Goodbye to Grandpa

Type: Dramatic.

Description: Alex is visiting his dying grandpa in the hospital for the last time but doesn't know how to say goodbye.

Excerpt: "I'm sorry. I don't know what to say, Grandpa. I like it better when you can talk. Remember when I came to visit you last year and you got these front row tickets for the Red Sox game..."

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children monologue book

33 KIDS MONOLOGUES

If you like our children monologues or just can't choose, get our e-book of 33 monologues for kids. You'll get all the monologues listed on this page and 15 others for $11.25, the price of only 3 monologues!

Here's what you'll find in the 33 Kids Monologues e-book :

- 9 monologues for kids 4 - 6 years old: 3 monologues for girls, 3 monologues for boys and 3 monologues for boy or girl.

- 12 monologues for kids 7 - 10 years old: 6 monologues for girls (3 dramatic and 3 comedic) and 6 monologues for boys (3 dramatic and 3 comedic).

- Monologues for kids 11 - 13 years old: 6 monologues for girls (3 dramatic and 3 comedic) and 6 monologues for boys (3 dramatic and 3 comedic).

It's an e-book, so you don't have to wait for the book to come in the mail. You can download it right away and get your child started on any of these kids monologues now! If you prefer to get a hard copy in the mail, click here to order. The price is the same.

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