These Valentine's Day Would You Rather questions, part of our collection of fun party games for kids, are specially designed with tweens in mind and are perfect for classroom parties, club meetings, and sleepovers!
Even though these questions are Valentine's Day-themed… you won't find any questions about crushes or dating or kissing (unless you count the questions about kissing a frog!). Not all tweens have crushes- so these are designed to be fun for everyone!
How to Set Up the Valentine's Day Would You Rather Questions Game
I simply cut the list of 50 questions into little strips (using my scrapbook paper cutter This is an affiliate link: MomOf6 earns a commission if you purchase, at no additional cost to you. ), folded the strips in half and placed them inside of a cleaned-out pasta jar. (I love to recycle glass pasta jars for use in all kinds of projects and displays in my home! You don't need to spend $ on canning jars when you can recycle something you already have for free!)
I added the Valentine's Day Would You Rather label to the jar using my scrapbook roller adhesive This is an affiliate link: MomOf6 earns a commission if you purchase, at no additional cost to you. . And a pretty red ribbon- just because!
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