What Am I?

by Rebecca

This idea is suitable for older children, teenagers and young adults.


You will need some paper and a pen.

Before the game starts, write the names of characters from the Christmas story on individual small pieces of paper. Fold the pieces of paper up and put them in a pile or container.

Ask your participants to sit or stand in a circle. Ask one person to choose a piece of paper from the pile and to read what it says without letting anyone else know what it says.

He or she then has to stand in the middle of the circle and mime the character on the piece of paper. It is against the rules to make any
sounds.

The other participants have to guess what the character is. The first person who guesses correctly, is the next person to pick a piece of paper.

The game ends when all of the pieces of paper have been used.

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