Would You Rather St. Patrick’s Day Edition Overview
-After receiving some great feedback about my first Would You Rather, I definitely wanted to create a new one for St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀
-I know most people create their video in Google Slides or PowerPoint, but I actually enjoy creating mine in photoshop and then putting everything together in Final Cut Pro. Unfortunately, this means I don’t have any slides that I can share as a template.
-These type of interactive PE games can be used as warm up activities, classroom brain breaks, or as indoor recess games. There are a lot of creative ways they can be used, but I hope they help get everyone up and moving! 🕺
-This will be my last game for the St. Patrick’s Day series. Feel free to check out Leprechauns On The Run and Find The Gnome here:
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 St. Patrick’s Day Game
-Have fun and I hope you enjoy it!
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Would You Rather St. Patrick’s Day Edition
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