Valentine's Day is one of the most polarizing holidays. This video-driven interactive game lets you have some fun looking at some ridiculous scenarios. And students try to guess how a certain ""valentine"" will answer.
In this game, you'll let your students try to guess how someone in your group is going to answer. We'll call that person the ""valentine."" Each round, you'll select a valentine to answer the ""Either/Or"" question.
While they're mulling over their answer, the rest of the group will determine how they think the ""valentine"" will answer.
If they match the ""valentine's"" answer, they win!
Students will get to choose from options like:
•Lots of Valentines or Just One?
•Host a Party or Just go to One?
•Eat only Fruit Candy or Eat only Chocolate?
•Get a Funny Card or a Mushy Card?
This is a super fun, all-play, crowdbreaker type of game, where there really are no right answers for your contestant or your ""valentine,"" but there aren't any right answers because everyone else needs to try to match the ""valentine's"" answers.
This Resource Includes:
- How to play document (pdf file)
- Author instruction video (mp4 file)
- Individual (10) game videos for gameplay (mp4 files)
- Sidekick 'Pick Me' game file for contestant selection
- Optional Gameplay Worksheet (pdf file)
- Title Slide (jpeg file)