Who Am I? is a simple icebreaker useful for classrooms.
- Materials Required: Post-it notes or small sheets of paper, pens.
- Number of Players Recommended: 5-30.
- Time Required: 15 minutes
How Do You Play Who Am I?
Ask everyone to form a circle. Hand a post-it note and a pen to each player. Tell each player to write a famous person on the post-it note.
Playing the Who Am I? Game
Have each player stick a post-it note on a nearby person, with the name of the person showing. Go around the room and have a player ask the “yes/no” question to the group. The goal is for each player to successfully guess the person written on their forehead. If the player does not guess correctly, the next person gets to ask a question. Continue play until everyone successfully guesses their name, or until time runs out.