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Classroom Games For Kids – Sonic Would You Rather Brain Break Activity!


Looking for fun classroom games for kids? You’ve come to the right spot! 

Sonic The Hedgehog is the newest addition to the Would You Rather series.  This interactive activity makes a great brain break and classroom game to help get kids up and moving.  Use it as an incentive or as a way to help transition from one activity to a new one. 

You can find the directions on how to play and full video down below! 

If you enjoy this Sonic Would You Rather brain break activity, then also be sure to check out some of my other popular videos: Minions Yoga Freeze Dance, Minions Would You Rather? Turning Red Spot The Difference, and Who Will Win – Animal Race Showdown!

-You can start by bringing up the video (which can be found below) or you can find it here PE With Mr G 

-When the game starts, players will decide which is their favorite from the 2 choices that will be shown

Sonic Games For Kids  Brain Break Activitiy

-If you like the choice on the right, you will move to the right. If you like the choice on the left, you will move to the left

-When playing in a classroom, you can have students either shuffle from one side of their desk to the other or choose a side by pointing to their favorite

-Players will perform the exercises, dances, or yoga poses that follows once the timer reaches zero and the screen changes

Sonic Games For Kids | Brain Break

-There are 6 different questions in this fun Sonic Would You Rather? Brain break and workout for kids! 

-Also be ready for fun mini-games along the way! You never know what could happen or who could show up. 😄

Would You Rather? Sonic Edition!

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