It’s almost Valentine’s Day and I love a fun Valentine’s Day activity for the kids. You know I love making a holiday-themed set of Would You Rather Questions – and these Valentine’s Day Would You Rather Questions are totally one of my fave.
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For kids, Valentine’s is a time to share a little kindness with friends, right? It doesn’t have to be about anything too passionate…like it might be for adults. So, that’s why I loved making this cute, Valentine printable activity for kids. It’s a fun game to play in the classroom, in the car, or at home.
Valentine’s Day Would You Rather Questions for Kids
First up, print our Valentine’s Day Would You Rather Questions. I always print our questions on cardstock. That way each individual question card is more durable. However, you can totally print them on whatever paper you have on hand. If you’re in the market for a new home printer, my printer is a few years old, but this is the newer version of mine and I have to say I love my wireless Canon printer…she’s a little workhorse.
When the sheets are printed it’s time to cut them into individual question cards. Each card contains a this or that style question, like these…
- Would you rather receive Valentine’s candy from your teacher or no homework for a week from your teacher?
- Would you rather receive 100 little teddy bears or 1 GIANT teddy bear?
The questions are silly and totally classroom appropriate and they all have something to do with Valentine’s Day.
How to Play Would You Rather with Kids
There are so many different ways to use our would you rather questions. This is a really fun game to play in the classroom. Divide the students into small groups and print enough copies so that each group has a handful of questions to debate. Then give the kids some time to contemplate their answers and discuss what they think. You can open it up to the class as a whole.
Alternatively, would you rather questions make great writing prompts. Students use one question, come up with their answer and write a paragraph to support their decision.
There are also ways to play at home. Tuck a question a day into your child’s lunch box. They can debate the questions with their friends over lunch break.
I keep a copy (or two) in our car’s glove box and pull out the questions on a long road trip. When everyone starts to get a little bored, start asking would you rather questions and see how the discussions go.
These questions are great conversation starters. Pull out the questions at dinner or place one question card at each person’s place setting at your next family dinner party. Grandma and Grandpa will enjoy debating their answers with their grandkids!
How do you play with our would you rather questions? Leave a comment and let me know!
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