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Yes, although a) is clearly wanted in your case, "Wo sind die Kinder gelaufen?" does make sense as well (Where did the children run? In the park. On the track. In the gym.)
Yes. It's true. Wo asks for a position and needs the dative case Wo sind die Kinder gelaufen? Hinter dem Baum. Wohin (=nach wo) asks for a direction and needs the accusative case Wohin sind die Kinder gelaufen? Hinter den Baum. Apart: the opposite to wohin is woher (=von wo), asking for the origin. Of course, you need to take another verb ...
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