Pick One Answer in Each Group

Based on your answers, Max the Sprout will share some careers that you could explore. Some will surprise you

You've just gotten your hands on the newest tablet or smartphone. Would you rather...

gather the power cord, charger and accessories for when you need them later?
write code to make a new website?
play with photographs and graphics?
play games online with other gamers?
learn how it works and show your friends how to use it?
figure out how to sync all your stuff to the cloud?

Family Vacation! You are going on a fishing trip. Would you rather...

pack your sketchbook and drawing pencils?
decide what things your family will need to pack?
make a chart of pros and cons for three destinations to choose from?
plan the meals?
research the fish and other wildlife you will find?
gather the fishing poles and camping gear?

It's time for a little recreation. Would you rather...

be on the cheerleading squad?
prepare the playing fields?
keep score?
manage the team?
referee the game?
take photos/videos of the game?

It's not always about video or animation. When it comes to the written word, would you rather...

find a quiet corner to read a book written by your favorite author?
write out the next steps needed to complete your latest project?
write a story using your friends as characters?
start a book club?
read the latest issue of "People" Magazine?
grab the user manual to set up your newest gadget?

Your school is putting on a Musical and everyone will need to help. Would you rather...

make and distribute the practice and final rehearsal schedules?
be the lead actor?
learn to play a musical instrument?
make the costumes and backgrounds for the stage?
read the script to determine what sound effects and props are needed?
be part of the stage crew?

Your group was assigned the task of coming up with a new board game. Would you rather...

teach your friends to play your new game?
draw the artwork and design the characters for your new board game?
convince friends from other classes to play your board game?
construct and assemble four sets of game boards complete with game pieces?
develop and write rules for your new game?
test the game and the rules to make it the best game ever?

You have a substitute teacher for Math and you must choose a project for the day. Would you rather...

solve a complex logic puzzle?
tutor a friend who is struggling with their homework?
write a short story about a detective who uses math to solve a mystery?
draw a robot using two squares, one rectangle, five circles and three ovals?
make a chart evaluating your classmates' project choices?
list all the prime numbers from 1 to 250?