Would you rather Game

Would you rather game

Have you ever played a Would You Rather game? This is a great way to bond and connect.
This game is a good icebreaker, because it helps young children discover others with whom they have things in common. This highly adaptable activity can easily be made age appropriate for young children, adolescents, and even adults. No matter how outlandish your Would you rather game is, it’s still a fun way to get to know your friends better. It can be a two-person game, or you can play with the whole class. More opinions, more fun! It can be played indors or outdoors in pretty much any condition.

Game sheet

  • Number of players: from 2 children
  • Ages: from 5 years old
  • Supplies: list of questions
  • Played outdoors or indoors
  • Play time: 10-30 min

How to play the Would you rather game

All you need for this game is a list of questions. Each question should require the players to choose between 2 options and to show their choice by moving to a designated side of the room.
All players begin by walking to the center of the room.

For example, if the question is “Would you rather wear a baseball cap or a visor?” you would designate one side of the room for visors and the other side for those who prefer baseball caps.
This can continue with a few more questions that are hand-crafted to help kids learn more about each other.

Would you rather questions

  • Would you rather have the ability to fly or be invisible?
  • … spend the day reading or hiking?
  • … you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods?
  • … go to the doctor or the dentist?
  • … be super strong or have x ray vision?
  • … swim in a pool full of Nutella or a pool full of maple syrup?
  • … speak to animals or speak 10 foreign languages?
  • … live in a mansion or a farm?
  • … have pizza or hamburger?
  • … travel 100 years back in history or 100 years into the future?
  • … be the hero that saved the girl or the villain that took over the world?
  • … be a detective or a pilot?
  • … have a pool or a trampoline?
  • … go skiing or go to a water park?
  • … have been the oldest or youngest child in your family?
  • … team up with Wonder Woman or Captain Marvel?
  • … make a phone call or send a text?
  • … it’s Christmas every day or your birthday every day?
  • … eat donuts or candy?

The educational advantages of the game

  • generates fun atmosphere
  • promotes skills like listening, speaking, and taking turns
  • strengthens the bond among the players
  • this gets kids thinking critically
  • It helps your students learn to articulate their thoughts
  • learning and listening to the rules of the game

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