Have you ever played Would You Rather? It’s a fun, conversation game that is fabulous for getting kids talking. And it provides parents (or teachers) with some really interesting insights into what your kids think, believe, prefer and even, dream about.
‘Would you rather be a wizard or a ninja?’ ‘Would you rather have no teeth or no hair?’ ‘Would you rather give up screen time or sweets?’ The game is all about choosing a side and justifying your preference.
It makes a fun addition to family mealtimes, and like our printable conversation starter cards, it’s also a useful tool for the classroom, or as a team building exercise or ice breaker activity. We make it super simple thanks to our free, printable set of Would You Rather game cards.
Would You Rather Questions for Families
There aren’t really any rules for playing Would You Rather. Just take turns answering each question. The questions prompt each person to state a preference, and will often result in fun debate as family members or friends share different perspectives. Of course, if your child doesn’t give a reason for their choice, you can simply ask ‘Why is that your choice?’
It’s a fun conversation starter for the dinner table, while you’re family is passing the time on a road trip, or even while you’re waiting in line or a restaurant or the doctor’s office! The questions are shared on a set of printable cards. Just print and laminate and you’ll have a game card set to take with you, wherever you want to play.
Printing Your Would You Rather Conversation Cards
Click here to download. This will open a PDF document. Download or save the PDF to your own computer. Open the PDF and print the page you require. When printing, select “Fit to printable area” (or similar) to ensure the page fits with your printer type and local paper size (these have been created at A4 size). I suggest printing onto card stock or matte photo paper. Laminate the printed cards for durability.
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