50 Would You Rather Questions for Kids

Updated on May 24, 2018
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“Would You Rather” is a cute game that can be played by kids as a way to get to know one another, and perhaps even in a classroom setting as an icebreaker game!

Generally, kids don’t have too hard of a time making new friends, but playing a game like this one can help kids even if they do have a hard time making friends.

Would You Rather Questions For Kids

When it comes to the game of “Would You Rather,” questions for kids should be clean and range from funny to serious.

Would You Rather questions should be thought of by the kids who are asking them, just as long as they are supervised and rules are set to keep questions truly age-appropriate.

Give the kids a few example questions to go by that they can use if they want, or to help spark their own ideas for questions.

Here’s a list of Would You Rather questions for kids:

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  • Be a cat or a dog for a day?

  • Eat a banana sandwich with mayonnaise or jelly?

  • Fall into a mud puddle or fall into yellow snow?

  • Get a stain on your shirt or walk into a pole?

  • Jump into a pool or into a pile of leaves?

  • Leave Play-Doh out to dry or put it away to use again?

  • Wear shoes on the wrong feet or wear someone else’s stinky shoes?

  • Get yelled at by mom or dad?

  • Be grounded for a week or be forced to hug your brother/sister for 5 minutes?

  • Live in a treehouse or live in a tent in the woods?

  • Build a pillow fort or a fort out of sheets?

  • Ride a dirtbike or a quad?

  • Be good at an easy sport or stink at a hard sport?

  • Get a flat tire on your bike or have the chain pop off?

  • Down a cup of Kool-Aid or a cup of chocolate milk?

  • Eat a pound of Reeses Peanut Butter Cups or a pound of Skittles?

  • Find a pot of gold or find a pot of money at the end of a rainbow?

  • Tell your crush you like her and be turned down, or never tell your crush you like her and find out she liked you too after it’s too late?

  • Have a cat or a dog?

  • Catch a big fish or many little fish?

  • Go camping in the backyard or in the mountains?

  • Sleep in a tent or sleep in a camper?

  • Go potty in a bucket or go potty in the woods?

  • Win an argument or win at Monopoly?

  • Play the guitar or play the violin?

  • Listen to loud music or no music at all?

  • Watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or Spongebob Squarepants?

  • Watch a boring adult movie or a baby movie?

  • Read comic books or play Minecraft?

  • Go trick-or-treating or go on an Easter egg hunt?

  • Eat a popsicle or ice cream?

  • It’s the middle of the hottest summer ever, would you rather play in sprinklers outside or stay indoors?

  • Play hide and seek or cops and robbers?

  • Play dodgeball or kickball?

  • Get flour in your face or an egg smashed over your head?

  • Smell rotten eggs or your dad’s shoes?

  • Eat a hotdog or a hamburger?

  • Eat pizza or McDonalds?

  • Go on a rollercoaster that goes upside-down or go on a ride that spins really fast?

  • Give a high-five or a handshake?

  • Eat a plate of broccoli or eat a salad without dressing?

  • Catch the chicken pox or catch the cooties?

  • Get a shot or be sick for a few days?

  • Eat food from the cafeteria or pack a lunch?

  • Eat peanut butter and jelly for a week or ramen noodles for a week?

  • Dive off the high-dive or be the target for dodgeball practice?

  • Play flag football or tackle football?

  • Go to the movies or have a sleepover?

  • Do the hokey pokey or the chicken dance?

  • Have a runny nose or a stuffy nose?

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Kids will have a lot of fun playing this game and it sure won’t take them long to catch on and make a few friends!

It even makes for a fun game to play at sleepovers and birthday parties when the kids have their own free time. Would you rather your kids be bored or play a fun game?

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        Vegan 3 weeks ago

        This is so easy

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        Megan 7 months ago

        That was fun

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