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Mother’s Day Games: Would You Rather?

Would You Rather? Mother’s Day Edition Overview

-If you’re looking for Mother’s Day game ideas, then you came to the right place! 💕

-I definitely wanted to create a virtual game for Mother’s Day, but before getting started, I wanted to stress the importance of knowing your audience and who you plan on using this with. Mother’s Day isn’t always pleasant for everyone, and it’s important to realize that. When creating this game and coming up with the different questions, I tried to keep that in mind.

-This Mother’s Day activity can be used as a PE warm up game, a brain break activity, or simply as a way to get up and moving 🕺

-If you’re looking for more PE games or brain break activities, you can find my recent videos – Yoga Freeze Dance #4 and Rabbits On The Run down 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 Mother’s Day Game

-Have fun and I hope you enjoy it!


Would You Rather? Mother’s Day Edition

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