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Guess Who? Travel Size

Guess Who? Travel Size

R 169.00

The 'flip and find' face guessing game you know and love!

This classic game of hidden identity is for 2 players who take it in turns to identify each other's mystery character through a process of elimination questions – It is fun for the whole family! What's more, this version of the game is a mini, travel set making holiday trips even better!

Set up and play in seconds as you narrow down your guesses with yes or no questions like, “Do you have brown eyes?” or “Are you wearing a hat?” Once you have the answer, guess who it is.


2 x Play Boards
8 x Character Cards

Dimensions: 18 x 14cm x3,7cm

The skills that can be taught in this game:

  • Asking questions – The purpose of the game is to figure out WHO your opponent has chosen among the people on the board. You have to ask questions to figure out who they are, so you have to ask questions that distinguish one person from another.
  • Answering questions – You have to answer yes/no questions based on the person you chose in order to help your opponent narrow down the choices to one person on their side of the board.
  • Descriptive vocabulary– In order to narrow down your choices, you have to use descriptive vocabulary (big teeth, red hair, small nose etc)
  • Comparisons – When deciding what question to ask, you have to look at your choices and figure out how they are different in order to determine what you can ask that will ‘knock down’ more people at one time.
  • Similarities – You have to look at your choices and see how they are the same and they are different. You have have one person with glasses, but 3 people with white hair. Look and see how they are the same and yet different in order to make a distinction among them.
  • Colour identification – You have to find ways to differentiate the characters/people in the pictures. Hair or shirt colour would be one of the many ways to set your person apart.
  • Listening – You have to listen to details in order to focus on what information you are not only giving but receiving in order to make the right choice in asking and answering questions.
  • Articulation – If you are working on a specific sound, it can be incorporated in the words you choose to use. For example, if you are working on /s/ or /z/ or /r/, those sounds appear “every time” in the question “Does your person have ____?”

Ages 6+

Product Code: SCI-GM043

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