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A tower is a great starter project in Minecraft for young kids or beginners. But it can be frustrating for little ones to build something that is too big or elaborate. Our book contains illustrated instructions that are simple, kid-safe, and leave plenty of room for creativity. Kids will learn to build a small simple tower that still has some flourishes! They’ll also get some ideas for decorating the inside. Then they can play medieval king with their own tower!

Basic Minecraft for Kids

A tower is a great starter project in Minecraft for young kids or beginners. But it can be frustrating for little ones to build something that is too big or elaborate. Our book contains illustrated instructions that are simple, kid-safe, and leave plenty of room for creativity. Kids will learn to build a small simple tower that still has some flourishes! They’ll also get some ideas for decorating the inside. Then they can play medieval king with their own tower!

How young is too young to start dating? What should dating for young teenagers look like? What would you tell your 12-year old son or daughter if they wanted to date? Does it matter if it's a son or daughter? Or what if they were already 18 years old? Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, perspective-taking and problem-solving.

Teenagers Dating Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

How young is too young to start dating? What should dating for young teenagers look like? What would you tell your 12-year old son or daughter if they wanted to date? Does it matter if it's a son or daughter? Or what if they were already 18 years old? Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, perspective-taking and problem-solving.

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. What if you won the chance to teleport anywhere in the world? Would you go see a sports match? Visit a family member or friend? Just go somewhere amazing? What factors might change your mind?

Teleportation Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. What if you won the chance to teleport anywhere in the world? Would you go see a sports match? Visit a family member or friend? Just go somewhere amazing? What factors might change your mind?

A holiday-themed logic puzzle. Five friends have a Secret Santa party. But who gave what to whom? Perfect to practice critical thinking and logic skills such as evaluating evidence, deducing, and mathematical reasoning. Can your students follow the clues to figure out which gift everyone got? And wh...

Secret Santa Logic Puzzle: A Clue by Clue Critical Thinking Game

A holiday-themed logic puzzle. Five friends have a Secret Santa party. But who gave what to whom? Perfect to practice critical thinking and logic skills such as evaluating evidence, deducing, and mathematical reasoning. Can your students follow the clues to figure out which gift everyone got? And wh...

This is a situation many students can relate to: What if you had a friend who was always late? Should you confront them or just accept that that's how they are? Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving.

Waiting for a Friend Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

This is a situation many students can relate to: What if you had a friend who was always late? Should you confront them or just accept that that's how they are? Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving.

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if you had a friend who liked to stand a little too close, touch you on the shoulder a little too often, hug a little too much? How would you deal with the situation?

Touchy-Feely Friend Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if you had a friend who liked to stand a little too close, touch you on the shoulder a little too often, hug a little too much? How would you deal with the situation?

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. What if you were at a restaurant and a child at the next table was running around totally out of control. The parents are doing nothing. Would you say something to the child yourself? Or talk to the parents? WWYD?

Wild Child Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. What if you were at a restaurant and a child at the next table was running around totally out of control. The parents are doing nothing. Would you say something to the child yourself? Or talk to the parents? WWYD?

A free hypothetical situation generator so you can play What Would You Do in class all day long! Great for critical thinking, speaking, and Social Emotional Learning!

What Would You Do Situation Generator

A free hypothetical situation generator so you can play What Would You Do in class all day long! Great for critical thinking, speaking, and Social Emotional Learning!

27 critical thinking prompts designed with teens or young adults in mind. Formatted on Google Slides to make it easy to share online through distance learning!

Distance Learning: What Would You Do for Teens and Young Adults Google Slides

27 critical thinking prompts designed with teens or young adults in mind. Formatted on Google Slides to make it easy to share online through distance learning!

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. *What if you suddenly gained the power to read minds? How would you use your newfound power? Would you try to manipulate people around you or try to improve yourself? Learning English would be a heck of a lot more easier.

Reading Minds Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. *What if you suddenly gained the power to read minds? How would you use your newfound power? Would you try to manipulate people around you or try to improve yourself? Learning English would be a heck of a lot more easier.

What if you met someone online and gotten to really like them? Then you meet and it turns out they used a picture of someone else? You still like them as a person, but you aren't attracted to them. Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving

Online Dating Picture Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation

What if you met someone online and gotten to really like them? Then you meet and it turns out they used a picture of someone else? You still like them as a person, but you aren't attracted to them. Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving

Get students thinking and talking with this slightly silly, but not entirely uncommon, hypothetical situation. Imagine you're at a public place like a club when you have to use the bathroom, but the bathroom of your gender is out of order. What do you do? Could you use the opposite gender bathroom?

Opposite Gender Bathroom Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this slightly silly, but not entirely uncommon, hypothetical situation. Imagine you're at a public place like a club when you have to use the bathroom, but the bathroom of your gender is out of order. What do you do? Could you use the opposite gender bathroom?

One of my best-selling Clue by Clue Activities, with a Thanksgiving twist. In this fun mystery activity, students investigate who snuck into the kitchen and ate the mashed potatoes before Thanksgiving could be served.

Thanksgiving Mystery Activity: The Missing Mashed Potatoes

One of my best-selling Clue by Clue Activities, with a Thanksgiving twist. In this fun mystery activity, students investigate who snuck into the kitchen and ate the mashed potatoes before Thanksgiving could be served.

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. Imagine you're in an elevator with a couple when they suddenly start holding hands and being affectionate. What do you do? Ignore them? Get upset?

Public Display of Affection Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative hypothetical What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. Imagine you're in an elevator with a couple when they suddenly start holding hands and being affectionate. What do you do? Ignore them? Get upset?

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if robot technology advanced to the point that we could have human-like robot companions? Would you want one?

Robot Companion Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if robot technology advanced to the point that we could have human-like robot companions? Would you want one?

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if you were on a sightseeing safari in Africa and the guide told you you could actually hunt and kill an animal of your choice? Would you jump at the chance or be shocked the topic even came up?

Safari Hunt Critical Thinking Hypothetical Situation Activity

Get students thinking and talking with this single creative What Would You Do? hypothetical situation. This flexible and adaptable ESL/EFL or social studies activity generates conversation, engages students, and engenders perspective-taking and problem-solving. What if you were on a sightseeing safari in Africa and the guide told you you could actually hunt and kill an animal of your choice? Would you jump at the chance or be shocked the topic even came up?