Have you ever played the would you rather game? These funny would you rather questions for kids includes would you rather cards so that you can play this funny game at home or on the go. These also make for great lunchbox notes. You can put one in your child’s lunchbox and he can ask his friends during lunchtime what their answer would be.They are wonderful for family time too and are a great way to encourage children to use their imaginations while sharing their thoughts.
Would you rather questions
Aimed at families, these Would You Rather Questions cards are great for discussion and family interactions.
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I print out all my cards on card stock. You could also print them on normal paper and laminate them if you prefer to re-use them.
Would you rather questions for kids
There are 80 Would you Rather Cards and eight blank cards for you to write your own questions on.
Another use for these cards, especially good for homeschoolers and teachers is to use these cards as writing prompts. Kids could write a persuasive article to back up their answer. They could also be used as a 5 minute brain break activity for a bit of fun and enjoyment.
Tips for Using the Would U Rather Questions Cards
- Place them in a pretty jar for mealtimes or when entertaining guests
- Punch a hole in the top left-hand corner and hold together with a binder ring for use at appointments or on long car trips
- Print off a couple of sheets of the blank cards and create your own that relate to special events for your family, such as birthdays or anniversaries
- Use on Quiz Nights / Activities for an ice breaker or a get to know you more activity
The 80 Would you rather for kids cards are listed below. There is also a list like this at the end of the printable pack.
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Would You Rather Questions
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You can get the sampler cards below.
To get the full pack with the editable card file, click here: Would You Rather Questions.