2. One piece of paper per
participant with a different
occupation on each.
Who Am I?
1. Each participant is given a piece of paper with an occupation
on it, e.g., teacher, fire fighter, nurse.
2. Ask them not to show anyone else.
3. Direct the participants to form a circle and have everyone
tape the occupation they were given on the back of the
person to their right.
4. The object is for each player to find out who they are, named
by the card on their back, by circulating around the play
space asking other participant’s questions that can only be
answered with a “yes” or “no”, e.g., “Am I female?”, Do I
travel because of my occupation?”, “Am I a teacher?”
5. Each participant is only allowed to approach the same person
6. Once the person has successfully determined their
occupation they stand on the outside and begin to form a
circle with the other people who have discovered their
identity. This continues until everyone is a part of the circle.