Would You Rather? Spring Cards for Kids


Would You Rather? Spring Cards for Kids...free download!

The spring edition of Would You Rather … ? contains over two dozen clever, thought provoking, and sometimes silly questions for of all ages.

Kids of all ages LOVE Would You Rather …? questions! This booklet is full of 28 questions centered around springtime. Here is a sampling of what you’ll find in this printable.

  • Would you rather have grass for hair or an Easter egg for a nose?
  • Would you rather eat a chocolate Easter bunny filled with peanut butter or caramel?
  • Would you rather wear a bunny or frog costume out in public?
  • Would you rather slide down a rainbow or dance in the rain?
  • Would you rather earn money through a yard sale or a lemonade stand?
  • Would you rather visit the zoo or attend an outdoor play?
  • Would you rather rainbow hair or a sunflower nose?
  • Would you rather wear clothes made out of grass or bird feathers for a day?
  • Would you rather have rainbows for eyebrows or ears that looks like butterfly wings?

In this digital resource, you will receive two different formats:  rectangular cards and thin strips. After printing and cutting them in your preferred size, you can laminate them or even store them in a jar.

Grab them for on-the-go discussions in the car or pull them out during mealtimes for family conversations.

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