Who Is It?

 

Group Size: 10 – 30
 
Key Stages: KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5
 
Team Building Skills: Getting to know each other,  communication
 
Equipment: Paper and pens
 

This is a great guessing game and a fantastic getting to know you game.

Every participant will need to be given a small piece of paper and pen. Each participant will need to write something interesting or unusual about themselves on the paper. They will need to think of something that people do not know about them. They will then need to fold up the bit of paper and put it in a container or hat.

The participants will take it in turn to take a piece of paper from the hat and then read it out to the group. They will then guess who the fact is about. They are only allowed two guesses. If they get it wrong then the paper is returned to the hat and it is someone else’s go. 

If you pick your own piece of paper then you can put it back and choose another.

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