Would You Rather Christmas Questions will help spread Christmas cheer for all to hear. If you are concerned about whether these Would You Rather Christmas Questions are acceptable for school, don't worry. Each question is fun and is appropriate for school-aged children.
This is a great for any time of year, but especially the holiday season. I don't know about you, but I am always looking for fun games for students to play as we all anticipate the Christmas holiday. My students are ready for a break from school and looking forward to spending time with family and friends. Help break up the school day with a fun Would You Rather: Christmas Edition!
These Would You Rather Christmas Questions help to create laughter and fun. This exciting holiday game for kids is simple to use and easy to implement. December is a busy month for all, especially teachers! I don't know about you, but December is exhausting. I love this time of year, but it is also overwhelming. Teachers are preparing for the holidays in the classroom as well as at home with family and friends. Would You Rather Christmas Questions are ready to assign and play with students. This is my gift to you!
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Would You Rather Christmas Questions are a digital resource that use Google Slides. I don't know about you, but I love Google! While using Would You Rather: Christmas Edition, share your screen with your students. Also share the digital answer sheet. You can also make a copy for each student using the Google Classroom feature. This is definitely one of my favorite Google Classroom features. Allow them a few second to select their answer and type it on their answer sheet
When playing Christmas games in the classroom like Would You Rather Christmas Questions, make sure students know your expectations. Don't forget to review rules. Give examples of what is expected and what is not. This way both you and students can enjoy this time together. When students know what to expect, they can meet those expectations. This will help reduce stress for you, the teacher.
Don't forget to have fun! As I stated before, this is a busy, crazy time of year for many. Take time and enjoy the fun and laughter with your students.
If you are thinking about what in the world you are going to give your students this year for Christmas, check out this blog post, 10 Top Christmas gifts for students. You don't have to break the bank when buying gifts for your class. Remember free ideas, like homework passes, coloring passes, and eating lunch with a friend are all great, simple ideas. You can even pair these with a small gift for double the excitement.
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