"Would You Rather". Perfect for Back to School activities. Perfect for Brain Breaks! They can be used in stations or after work is complete with a small group or partners. Use in morning meeting activities! Use them to form a persuasive paragraph by answering the "why" question. Get to know each other and strike up a conversation with your opinions. Set of 48 cards.

"Would You Rather". Perfect for Back to School activities. Perfect for Brain Breaks! They can be used in stations or after work is complete with a small group or partners. Use in morning meeting activities! Use them to form a persuasive paragraph by answering the "why" question. Get to know each other and strike up a conversation with your opinions. Set of 48 cards.

Ready to spice up faculty meetings and improve teacher morale?    Use these activities to ease stress and take a break from professional development.  The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand.  This can be used for the beginning, middle, or end of the year for stress relief.

Ready to spice up faculty meetings and improve teacher morale? Use these activities to ease stress and take a break from professional development. The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand. This can be used for the beginning, middle, or end of the year for stress relief.

Would you rather . . . game for all ages. Oh, don’t I remember the days. We’d have sleepovers in 7th grade and go round and round with our “Would you rathers.” Drinking sodas, eating potato chips, rolling around in our sleeping bags. Wow, this picture is dorkier than I remember. But, either way, your … … Continue reading →

Would you rather . . . game for all ages. Oh, don’t I remember the days. We’d have sleepovers in 7th grade and go round and round with our “Would you rathers.” Drinking sodas, eating potato chips, rolling around in our sleeping bags. Wow, this picture is dorkier than I remember. But, either way, your … … Continue reading →

Play a family friendly Would You Rather game inspired by Dr. Seuss

Play a family friendly Would You Rather game inspired by Dr. Seuss

Ready to spice up faculty meetings and improve teacher morale?    Use these activities to ease stress and take a break from professional development.  The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand.  This can be used for the beginning, middle, or end of the year for stress relief.

Ready to spice up faculty meetings and improve teacher morale? Use these activities to ease stress and take a break from professional development. The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand. This can be used for the beginning, middle, or end of the year for stress relief.

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