30 Funny Would You Rather Questions For Kids

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Would You Rather Questions For Kids

These 30 funny would you rather questions for kids are guaranteed to get your students talking while having fun at the same time. If you’re not familiar with ‘would you rather questions’, they are simple hypothetical questions in which you are asked to choose which outcome you would prefer. For example, “Would you rather eat nothing but ice cream or nothing but pizza for a year?”

As you can see, would you rather questions can be as funny and as silly as you want. Asking ‘would you rather questions’ to kids is an incredibly effective and fun way to get students to talk and express themselves in English. Below, not only will you find a list of 30 funny would you rather questions, you will also be able to download a PowerPoint presentation with these questions and printable worksheets. You can use these while teaching in the classroom, or while teaching online as a fun virtual classroom activity.

Fun Would You Rather Questions For Kids

Here is a list of fun would you rather questions for kids. All these would you rather questions are funny, family-friendly questions that are suitable for kids.

  1. Would you rather eat nothing but ice cream or nothing but pizza for a year?
  2. Would you rather be able to fly or to be invisible?
  3. Would you rather be a great dancer or a great singer?
  4. Would you rather have a shark’s head and human body or a human head and a shark’s body?
  5. Would you rather eat only fruit or vegetables for the rest of your life?
  6. Would you rather be a cat or a dog?
  7. Would you rather have three eyes or three ears?
  8. Would you rather be able to shoot rainbows or fire from your eyes?
  9. Would you rather be a maths genius or be a musical genius.
  10. Would you rather be fluent in every language or be able to talk with animals?
  11. Would you rather be able to breathe underwater or survive in space?
  12. Would you rather meet a famous person or meet aliens?
  13. Would you rather smell like feet or smell like eggs?
  14. Would you rather be able to run on your hands or write with your feet?
  15. Would you rather be in a computer game or in a movie?
  16. Would you rather have really hairy hands or really hairy feet?
  17. Would you rather have a horse’s head and a human body, or a horse’s body and human head?
  18. Would you rather live under the sea or in space?
  19. Would you have one giant hand or one giant foot?
  20. Would you rather eat cat food or dog food?
  21. Would you rather be a spider for a day or be an ant for a day?
  22. Would you rather have sticky hands or sticky feet?
  23. Would you rather have a robot that does your homework or a robot that cleans your room?
  24. Would you rather have a clown’s face or a clown’s big feet for the rest of your life?
  25. Would you rather have eyes in the back of your head or be able to taste with your fingers?
  26. Would you rather sleep for a whole year or not sleep at all for a year?
  27. Would you rather be able to see through walls or be able to hear things far away?
  28. Would you rather watch only TV for a whole month or listen to only music for a whole month?
  29. Would you rather be super strong or super fast?
  30. Would you rather have three heads or three legs?

How To Play Would You Rather?

Would you rather questions can be used as fun ice breaker questions, or as a fun game to play in the classroom or while teaching online / teaching on zoom. To play, first, introduce the would you rather question and check if the kids understand the question. Once you’re sure students understand the question, tell them that they must choose one option and they cannot choose both.

Next, ask students to tell you their initial choice. This can be done by simply asking students to raise their hand in a classroom, or if teaching on zoom you could ask each student individually or ask them to type in their answer. Encourage students to answer using full sentences (for example, “I would rather eat only ice cream.”). Once students have told you their initial answer about what they would rather do, it’s time to ask students why they made that choice.

This is the fun part and a great opportunity to get kids talking and expressing themselves in English. The reasons kids give when answering funny would you rather questions are often hilarious and what makes the would you rather game so fun to play with young learners. Once all students have had a chance to explain why they chose what they did, ask them if anyone has changed their mind after hearing the reasons the other students gave.

Even though these would you rather questions are funny and silly, kids can still get upset if other students laugh or make fun of their answer. For this reason, before discussing their reasons, be sure to tell the kids that they must respect each other’s opinions and that no answer is a stupid answer.

To help you teach would you rather questions to kids, here are some free resources you can use. You can use the would you rather PPT below to present the questions to students. And you can use the worksheets below as a fun homework task or if you would simply like to ask students to write down their answers to the would you rather questions before discussing them in class.

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