Try this fun Celebrity Heads game where children can use their imagination to work out the mystery celebrity.
What you need:
- Cardboard squares (around the size of business cards)
- Sticky tape or blu tack
- Marker pen
Before the game begins, write the name of a celebrity on each of the cardboard squares. Make up plenty of squares so you can have a few rounds. Be sure to choose celebrities that your participants will likely know of.
Mix up or shuffle the squares face down, then, without looking, each player chooses a square.
Stick the square to the headband using tape/blue tack and then place the headband on their head.
Now everyone knows the identity of the player’s celebrity – except the player!
To find out the celebrity name on the headband, each player takes turns asking questions about their celebrity.
Such as “Am I a singer?” or “Am I short?”. Questions must be able to be answered with YES or NO.
To win the game, a player must be the first to guess the identity of their celebrity.
- For preschoolers, it could be adapted to be “Which character am I?” (Dora, Peppa Pig, Barbie, etc) asking questions such as ‘Am I on TV?’ ‘Am I an animal?’ etc
- You could also use animals, sports personalities, etc.