30 questions that are laid out on the pages so that you can print them out and cut them apart. Also includes instructions, and an example of a ‘Would You Rather’ skit.
Here are thirty “Would You Rather” questions that are appropriate for younger students. They are listed twice in the lesson: there are three pages of questions spaced far enough to print and cut apart and put in a hat; and a one-page version of the questions if you decide to read them aloud to your group. Instructions for four different ways to use the questions is included, and there is also an actual example of a “Would You Rather” skit on the final page.
Examples of Would You Rather Questions for Younger Students:
Would you rather always lose or never play?
Would you rather always wear earmuffs or a nose plug?
Would you rather be as tiny as a fairy or as big as a giant?
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