What do you think happened in the night to make you two change places?
Prompt 26: You saw a blizzard outside your bedroom window when you woke up this morning.
The problem is, it’s August and you’re supposed to meet with your friends at the pool this afternoon. Prompt 27: You sign up at your local fair to join in the watermelon eating contest, because the winner gets a new bicycle. How long do you think it would take for you to get tired of the food?
But when the contest begins, instead of a slice of watermelon, everyone has a fried octopus on her plate. Prompt 28: If you could only eat one food for a whole year, what would it be? Or do you love that particular food so much that you think you’d never get tired of it?
Write a persuasive letter to your parents to convince them that you need a cell phone. Give at least two reasons why you shouldn't have homework.
Write a persuasive letter to your teacher to convince her not to give homework on Fridays. If you could grow up to play a professional sport, what sport would you like to play? Describe a time when you were excited about something. Describe the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes at your house during the holidays. Describe how you could convince your parents to let you do it. Rewrite the story of "The Three Little Pigs" from the perspective of the wolf. Rewrite the story of "Cinderella" from the perspective of one of the step-sisters. If you could have a superpower, what would your power be and how would you use it. If you could travel to another country, where would you go? Write him/her a letter about what your life is like. Explain why we can see stars at night but not during the day. Pretend you are an astronaut, and you just landed on the moon. If you could change one thing about your house, what would it be and why? If you could sign up to do or learn something new, what would it be? A new girl has joined your class in the middle of the school year. Prompt 4: When you woke up this morning you discovered the streets were completely flooded.You think you’d like to be friends with her, but she is from another country and doesn’t speak English. You need to get to school, but don’t have any kind of boat; not a row boat, a kayak, nothing! Explain what you should do if there is a tornado headed for your school. Give at least two reasons why you think this is a good idea. Explain what he/she should do when it's time to go to lunch. Write a letter to your gym teacher to convince him/her to let the class have a water fight during class. Describe the character and why he/she is your favorite. Check out these grade-specific writing topics organized by mode (explanatory, creative, and so on).Would You Rather questions, whether silly or serious, can be fun for the whole family!