Cartoon / Nursery Rhyme Who Am I? Game
Supplies: Index cards, character names and questions

Who Am I? is a classic kids game that involves kids asking yes/ no questions in order to determine who or what they are. Well we’ve decide to take that idea and combine it with baby shower themes to give you an idea for a fun ice-breaker game for your guests.

Cartoon / Nursery Rhyme Who Am I? Game Prep & Play
a. First decide whether you want to use cartoon characters, tv shows, nursery rhymes or animals.

b. Then you need to come up with a list people, characters or animals like the examples below that fall into your category. You’ll need one character/person/item for every guest. If you have difficulties, consider combining two or more categories so you have enough.

Cartoon Characters
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Tom & Jerry, Tinkerbell, Scoobie Doo, Papa Smurf, etc…

TV Characters / Famous Toy Icons
Barney, Winnie the Pooh, Barbie, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Cookie Monster…

Nursery Rhymes
Little Bo Peep, Humpty Dumpty, Old Woman in a Shoe, Jack and Jill…

Consider Baby Animals or Animals
Chicken, Cow, Dolphin, Bear, Elephant, Ostrich, Parrot, Llama…

c. Grab your index cards and start writing the character / items from your category on the index cards. Another option is to type them on a document and then print out the cards and cut them so there is just one character / item per card.

d. You’ll need your game cards and tape. When guests arrive, welcome them and tape a card to their back. Let them know it is part of a game and not to ask anyone about your card until all the guests have arrive.

e. Once the guests have arrive and the cards are taped to guest’s backs. The host welcomes everyone and mentions that you are all going to play Who Am I game. Guest should go around the room and ask yes know questions about the card on their back. Once they think they know Who they are, they head to the host say who they are and if correct the tag is removed. If no, they head back to ask more questions.

f. You can give a prize to the first person to get there card correctly identified or you can just play until everyone gets there card identified. We have found that competitive guests will sometimes look in a mirror or have a good friend tell they Who they are.