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Spring Would You Rather Freebie

By Rosemarie Griffin

I love to use Would You Rather questions in my therapy! By using real life photos, this activity is age appropriate for learners of all ages!

Use these questions to start a group of any type. It is a wonderful way to get students started with communication!

Also use these to work on answering and asking questions in a structured conversation. By using these with students, you are using a built in visual prompt of the picture and text as needed. This can be a great start for students who have emerging conversation skills.

Download this freebie by putting in your email address below. If you use it in therapy, show me how, over on Instagram!


  1. Jana Robinette

    My students now BEG for more of these Would you rather? ice breakers. This has been a fun game changer I have incorporated with ALL my groups this year. I am amazed at how much articulation, language and social skills can be targeted using these. This gets even the quietest kiddos talking! THANK YOU!!!!

    • Rosemarie Griffin

      So happy to hear this!!!


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