Describing Game - Who's calling you? (similar to What am I?, Guess who, etc)
Includes 100+ different people calling kids/different mobile phones
How it works:
1. Distribute 1 phone to each student. Each student should have a unique character calling them on the phone. Students cannot show their phone to anyone else.
2. Ask students to take turns asking one another “Who is calling you?” – set a time limit for each turn, eg. 2 minutes. Within this time frame, there will be a describer and a questioner. The describer is expected to describe the animal or character calling them to the questioner. If the questioner is able to make the right guess within the time frame, the describer can color in the number boxes in chronological order, eg. coloring in number 1 when they received one correct guess, coloring in number 2 when they receive two correct guesses. If the questioner cannot make the right guess, then they will switch roles. Once they’ve played both roles, they will switch to new people.
3. The person who reaches 5 first wins. (the number can be adjusted as you want.)
Other 'Who's calling?' products:
Guess who card game - includes freebie sample version!
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