On Easter, families and friends typically gather together and enjoy a relaxed, slowed-down dinner. These 50 Easter Would You Rather questions can inspire conversations and give everyone something to laugh about and share! This post is part of our collection of fun party games for kids!
And just know that even though these are “Would You Rather?” questions, 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!
I simply cut the list of 50 questions into little strips (using my scrapbook paper cutter ), 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 Easter Would You Rather label to the jar using my scrapbook roller adhesive , and I tied a set of pretty ribbons around the jar to make it festive!
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