A “This or That” game for exploring wild animals. 48 questions in which students choose between two mammals, fish, birds, reptiles or amphibians and explain why they made that choice: Which animal is more playful (elephant or monkey), Is a lizard lazy or active, Which animals is more cautious (mouse or leopard), Is a frog cheerful or grumpy, Which animal is more carefree (goat or bat), Is a seahorse secretive or open, Which animal is tougher (rhino or bull), Is a sea urchin friendly or unfriendly, Which animal is a better climber (squirrel or monkey)? Lots of interesting choices for students to make. No wrong answers. The objective is to make a choice and explain the reasoning behind it. Compare and Contrast. Take a look at the Preview to see sample cards from this thinking and talking game.
How to play: Hand each pair of students or small group this one-sided packet to cut apart. Students turn over the cards and take turns pulling one card and responding to the prompt. No wrong answers. Fun. Easy to make. Just cut and play.
If you want more THIS or THAT games, then take a look at the rest of this series:
Bulling and Getting Along with Others (This or That Game): 52 cards)
Questions about the Senses (Making Choices): 40 cards
Questions about Christmas (Making Choices): 20 cards
Icebreakers: What do you like more: 32 cards
Icebreakers: Making Choices: 84 cards
This or That (Making Choices): 40 cards
Cats and Dogs (Comparing Game): 32 cards
Wild Animals (Comparing Game): 48 cards
Insects and Spiders (Comparing Game): 40 cards