Suggested age range: six years and older.
For two players, this game moves quickly. By asking questions
that require only yes or no answers, players must figure out who
is on their opponent's card.
children can play this game without having a strategy. As they
get better, children know what questions eliminate the most people.
Deduction, reasoning, logic, all are enhanced by playing this
fun version of twenty questions.
this game moves so quickly it is great for making a tournament
event, especially at holiday dinners or family get togethers where
there are a lot of children. Just break out the Guess Who and
see who wants to play winner!
of the game: Determine who the mystery person is on your opponent's
card before yours is figured out.
play the game: Take turns asking simple questions about each
other's mystery person. By a process of elimination, knock down
the people you know it cannot be. Eventually, you will have only
one or two cards standing and be able to make an educated guess
as to who your opponent's mystery person is. If you are right,
Why parents love this game:
It is a
taking and waiting for turns
deduction and reasoning
It is a
great tournament game
memory, concentration, and logic skills
learn how to verbalize the similarities and differences they
see in people
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