These printable Christmas Would You Rather? questions for kids make an easy printable game to play as a family.
Use these Christmas themed questions as a fun conversation starter with your family or classroom. It’s perfect for a video call activity!
Christmas Themed Would You Rather Questions Game
Playing the Would You Rather game is easy to do just about anywhere, including in the car, because it requires zero set up and focuses on fun socializing.
All you need are the printable question cards and someone willing to answer. Our would you rather questions are kid tested and approved.
I regularly come up with a variety of these either/or scenarios, ranging from normal everyday stuff to silly and downright ridiculous, with my kids.
Here are a few examples of the would you rather questions included in the Christmas edition:
- Would you rather watch Christmas movies or sing Christmas carols?
- Would you rather live in a dollhouse or gingerbread house?
- Would you rather swim in hot chocolate or eggnog?
- Would you rather have gumdrops or gumballs for eyes?
I find my children cannot resist answering. There are plenty of giggles too! This is a great way to get family conversations going, especially with extended family.
That is why I think this is the perfect family activity to do during a virtual Christmas party. So if you are planning a Zoom Christmas this year, you might want to grab this printable down below.
Everyone takes turns reading the question cards and sharing their answers. (Or have one designated question reader during a video call.) You can only pick one answer though, so no, BOTH is not an option!
Turn it into a learning activity (without them realizing it) by having older children and adults share why they chose their answer. You could also use the would you rather cards as Christmas writing prompts.
Christmas Would You Rather Printable Cards
In order to play, you need download the printable PDF (available using the button below), then print and cut the cards out.
It includes directions and 24 Would You Rather question cards related to Christmas and the holiday season. Also includes a set of four blank cards to write in your own!
When printing the game cards out, I recommend using cardstock because it is more durable than regular printer paper. If they’ll be used multiple times or in a classroom setting, I highly suggest laminating them.
After laminating the question cards, use a hole punch and a book rings to take this game on the go.
This printable game is for your personal use or your classroom use only. Share this post with a friend or teacher who’d love to play this game with their kids and download their own copy.
If you love playing games with your kids as much as I do, then you must check out this list of board games for family game night.