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I "Mustachu" a Question

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This exciting get-to-know-me game includes: 48 front and back question cards (blue, green, and yellow cards), nametag template, and an interactive worksheet. When this game is played, hours of fun follow.

“Mustachu a Question” Cards:
Set your printer to double sided printing and print only pages 3-26 on cardstock. Cut out cards. Laminate for extra durability.

In the PDF file pages will be upside down. This is intentional for flawless double sided printing.

Mustachu a Question Game:
Make student name tags ahead of time (optional)
One at a time, a student picks up a card and asks the student next to them the written question.

Example:
Ashley picks a card: “Brent, I mustachu a question. What is your favorite subject?”
Brent answers: “I love math. I really like numbers.”
Brent picks a card: “Ashley, I mustachu a question. What…”
Adapt as needed based on the number of students participating.

Name Tags (optional):
Print the number of mustachu nametags you need for your small group/class.
Write student’s name in white box.
Repeat for all participants.
Glue nametag to a Popsicle stick or straw.
Students can use nametag as a mustache. Fun and easy way to remember names!

I printed out a bunch of blank nametags and laminated them. I wrote student’s name in dry erase marker and erased when I was finished. This creates reusable nametags.

Worksheet:
Have your students write down four fun facts they learned about their new friends. Keep the facts positive. Don’t write anything that is hurtful or too personal.

This game is perfect for teachers, school counselors, or parent use. It is great for a variety of purposes such as getting shy students to come out of their shell or to get to know a group of students on a more personal level. You can use this game at the beginning of school, during class, for small groups, when you get a new student…virtually whenever!

Please let me know if you find any errors, would like anything changed, or if it does not print properly. I am very happy to fix/change anything :)

I hope your kids enjoy this game as much as mine did!
Mrs. Bell
The Crafty Counselor



I Mustachu a Question by The Crafty Counselor is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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