Would You Rather…? History and Science Discussion Prompts


Would You Rather...? History Discussion Starters

Would you rather rediscover a once thought extinct animal or solve the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle?

Would you rather be a Roman gladiator or an Egyptian pyramid builder?

These are the kinds of questions included in the Science and History Would You Rather…? free printable packs.

HISTORY WOULD YOU RATHER…? PROMPTS

Stimulate Family Discussions Based on Topics from History and Science

These prompts will inspire discovery as questions lead to more questions:

  • Who built the Egyptian pyramids anyway?
  • What was life like for a Roman gladiator?
  • What is the Bermuda Triangle?

SCIENCE WOULD YOU RATHER…? PROMPTS

Use these as writing prompts for language arts lessons. Or take them on the go for lively road trip conversations. Is mealtime conversation getting boring? Let everyone select a card or strip (you get both formats) to start engaging conversations!

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