To help us break things up and have fun on that 16 -hour road trip (without a DVD player), I created this set of Would You Rather cards for kids. Then I printed them on cardstock, cut them apart, and punched a hole in the upper left corner. The only rule we have about answering these is that you have to choose one. I love “would you rather” questions because they really make kids stop and think. Typically the way it works is that the Qs, however many there are, shoot questions at the agreed-upon A, who answers them as quickly as possible. The only necessary ingredients are a reasonably experienced host, at least one other player, and a reasonably quick interface.
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THE GAME OF TWENTY QUESTIONS Introduction --Object of the game The Two Rules Rule #1: Questioners ask Yes-or-No questions Rule #2: Answerer responds with a Yes or a No --The two exceptions to Rule #2 "I don't know." "I can't answer." Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Here are two exceptional acceptable answers that A (and Q) should keep in mind: --"I DON'T KNOW." Sometimes A simply will not know the answer, even though if he knew it he could answer yes or no.
Targets made of plastic Targets made of more than one substance Sampler of Beginning Questions Unique thing or class of things? In such cases A may respond with "I don't know." As an example, consider that A has chosen the Rock of Gibraltar as the target and Q asks, "Is it closer to London than is Svalbard?