Have some Fourth of July fun with these thought provoking Would You Rather...? questions. Thirty four questions in all! Each page contains two choices that students debate between. The pages contain space for students to explain their choice. I've also included a blank template so that students can create their own Would You Rather Questions! Always fun to hear!!
Students can answer the prompts individually, in small groups, or as a whole class.
Great activity for summer school classes or camps! How about your own picnic or BBQ??
For more FOURTH OF JULY fun try my Fourth of July "Up"- Words Activity.
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Hercules and the Twelve Labors Interactive Notebook Activity
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Key Words- Fourth of July, 4th of July, Independence Day, Liberty, Statue of Liberty, freedom, Uncle Sam, America, John Hancock
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