Would You Rather is a game that all students love! It’s a great way to maintain classroom community and engagement during distance learning. This Would You Rather Valentine’s Day version was created to use specifically around Valentine’s Day.
Students can practice important speaking and listening communication skills, learn a little bit about their peers, have friendly debates, practice their writing skills, and also brush up on their critical thinking skills.
There are endless ways to use these “Would You Rather” questions. Most of these activities can be done either whole class, small group/centers, with partners, or individually.
10 Valentine’s Day Themed Would You Rather Questions in Multiple Formats:
- Display Slides for Whole Class Discussion or Morning Meeting (Google Slides)
- Student Slides which includes text boxes to write and explain their answer (Google Slides)
- Printable List of Would You Rather Questions
- Task cards – Includes Editable Task Cards to Add Your Own Questions! (Color + B& W)
- Printable Worksheet– Students Select and Explain Their Answers
Instructional Guide with google slides instructions and suggested ways to use this resource in your classroom
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