Looking for some fun ways to interact with your kids? Here is the Would You Rather Valentine’s Activity for Kids. Ten questions to engage your children and find a little bit more about them. For instance, would they rather go for a ride in the sky in a hot air ballon or go for a ride underwater in a submarine?
10 Would You Rather Questions to Ask your Kids
Would you rather…
…Eat a box of caramel chocolates or eat a box of peanut butter chocolates?
…Go swimming in the ocean in the winter snow or go sledding in the sand in the desert?
…Go on vacation to an amusement park or go on vacation to the beach?
…Eat a gigantic ice cream sundae or eat a box of sprinkled donuts?
…Get a surprise in the mail or find a surprise under your pillow?
…Only celebrate Valentine’s Day or only celebrate St. Patrick’s day?
…Get 12 balloons or get a giant teddy bear?
…Go for a ride in a hot air balloon or go for a ride in a submarine?
… Swim in a pool full of red Jello or swim in a pool of cooked spaghetti noodles?
…Get a new puppy or get a new pony?
After reading The 5 Love Languages of Children: The Secret to Loving Children Effectively, I was inspired to evaluate how I am engaging with my children. Spending quality time is one of the five languages, and this may not come as a surprise to many, but watching TV together doesn’t count. It’s being present and engaged with your child. If you’ve never read the book, but are curious, I highly recommend it. It’s got some great valuable insight on our children receive and perceive love. The book is available here on and is also available here on audible.
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I think your children’s “Would you rather” list for Valentine’s Day accentuates too much food and greed. Children benefit greatly from learning to consider others. Give choices such as “Would you rather eat four bowls of icecream of share icecream with homeless people sleeping rough?” Promote love for others. Check that the children know who celebrates Valentines Day day and who does not. As a loving parent, you do not want your children to become greedy and self-centred. You want them to be kind, informed, helpful, and loving. Valentines Day is about spreading love and kindness as well as recognising those we love.
That book sounds awesome! Thanks for the info