Earth Day PE Games, PE Warm Up Games, Spring PE Games

Earth Day PE Games: Would You Rather?

Would You Rather? Earth Day Edition Overview

-As I write this post, it’s hard to believe we are in the final stretch of another school year! If you can make it through this year, everything after should hopefully be a breeze. 😅

-This Would You Rather is all about Earth Day! It can easily be used as a PE warm up game, a fun classroom brain break, or it can be used in any earth day lesson! It’s a great activity to get everyone active while being able to talk about clean energy, recycling, the importance of cleaning up your trash, etc. ♻️

-If you’re looking for more interactive PE games or classroom brain breaks, you can find my most recent spring games “Rabbits On The Run” and “Find The Gnome Spring Edition” below:

How To Play

-Start by bringing up the video (which can be found below) or you can search for it on YouTube

-Before starting, have your students spread out and find their own personal space

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

-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.

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

-There are 9 different questions for this Would You Rather Earth Day Edition

-Have fun and I hope you enjoy it!


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Would You Rather Earth Day Edition

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