This is a great kit for a history class or for anyone who wants to have some fun but does not want a party that requires costumes.
Who Am I?: Version 1: Play for 8 to 10 guests
This kit does not require any costumes. It is also great for history classes.
One of the best social studies games & history games available!
There are two aspects to this game. One aspect is for you to work out who the eight famous people are. The second aspect of the game is to get to know everyone who is at the party a little better.
Reading level: 7
No dressing up or costumes are required for this mystery. Perfect for anytime!
See the sections below for more details:
There are two aspects to this game. One aspect is for you to work out who the eight famous people are. These people are no longer alive.
Sometimes a man may end up saying something that a famous woman said and vice versa. The same person will say the lines and quotes from the same famous person each time.
The second aspect of the game is to get to know everyone who is at the party a little better.
Person 2: “I used to do most of my work in bed or at the pool. I only wore formal clothes when I had to. ”
” We do a yearly play/party from Merri Mysteries for SENIORS IN ACTION and they’re always a hit. Our meeting place is the local library and it’s a big deal for us. Stephanie, without much ado, I presented the WHO AM I instructions and we read our parts. I wasn’t sure not “dressing” would be too much fun, but when we finished, several of us did guess WHO and it was an enjoyable time. Thank you for a pleasant addendum to our monthly meeting.
- In Adobe Acrobat Format (4 per page)
- In Microsoft Word Format (4 per page)
- In JPG Format (1 per page)
Note: The reading levels of each kit (not just “page” as it says below) were determined by copying and pasting the kit (the play version), into The Readability Test Tool (see www.read-able.com).