Hey Everyone, it’s Adelle from Packed with Fun, the official blog for Get Away Today. If your summer is anything like mine it is full of road trips! One of my family’s favorite go-to road trip games is “Would you rather?” It can keep my kids entertained, chatting and laughing for miles and miles. I thought it would be fun to make a Disney version of the game for our Disneyland road trip, and sure enough, it was a hit! Since my family had so much fun, I thought I’d share it with you so you can make your own.
Start by downloading the Disney “Would You Rather” game questions here:
There will be six cards to a sheet with eight sheets for a total of 48 scenarios. You can make it SUPER easy and leave the pages as is. Or, you can cut out the questions to make cards. Or, if you want to get really fancy, you can do what I did and make a little booklet to keep it all together. I took mine down to the local print shop and had them laminate and bind it for me. I loved the way it turned out.
One nice thing about this game is that anyone can answer these comical Disney Would You Rather questions! Unlike trivia or guessing games, you don’t have to have a ton of knowledge to play, so even the youngest kids can join in the fun. The text on each card gives a different two part scenario. Once the card is read aloud, the players each say what action they would chose. For example, the reader would ask, ” Would you rather live in the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, or in Cinderella’s beautiful castle?” Everyone gets a chance to say which they would choose and why. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ll learn about each other!
This game is seriously a hoot. My kids enjoyed playing it so much and I know your family will love it to! Make your next road trip to the Happiest Place on Earth even happier with this entertaining conversation game.
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