If you and your kids love to play Guess Who, you’re going to love this Monster Guess Who Game. Guess the Monster is a fun game for kids of all ages!
My 5 year old loves playing the game Guess Who so I thought it would be fun to make a monster version that we can play together. I’m sharing three different game boards with this free printable pack so you can play with kids of all ages.
I’ve made it so easy for you to download this fun Monster Guess Who Game. Just add your name and email in the form below and this freebie will be delivered right to your inbox. Then, open your email and save the PDF file to your computer. It’s that easy! Once the PDF is saved to your computer, just print and cut. I recommend printing on heavy cardstock to make the game last longer.
How to Play Guess the Monster
If you aren’t familiar with the game Guess Who, the object of the game is to guess the monster on your opponent’s card. To play this game you will need the free game sheets, monster cards, and game markers. Game markers can be small objects like buttons, m&ms, jelly beans, etc. Game sheets can also be laminated and a dry erase marker can be used.
First, print three copies of the game card that you want to use. Cut out the monsters from one game card and place them all face down on table. Each player chooses one monster card from the pile and keeps it face down in front of them or hidden in their hand.
Players take turns asking yes or no questions to figure out which monster the other player has on their card. Example questions: Does your monster of one eye? Is your monster red? Does your monster have hair? To eliminate a monster, place a game marker over that monster. Keep taking turns asking questions until someone thinks they can guess the other player’s monster. To win this game, the first player to guess their opponent’s monster wins the game.
Monster Printable Collection
Want more fun monster printables? We’re sharing a fun collection of 11 free monster printables. Visit each link below to download all the free monster printables.
- Monster Bathroom Signs from Hello Creative Family
- Monster Coloring Pages from Happiness is Homemade
- Monsters Memory Game from Crafting in the Rain
- Build a Monster Sticker Sheet from The Country Chic Cottage
- Cute Monster Coloring Page from 100 Directions
- Monster iSpy Game from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff
- Monster Mad Lib from Mad in Crafts
- Monster Coloring Bookmarks from Artsy-Fartsy Mama
- How to Draw a Monster from Liz on Call
- Monster Away Spray from Tried & True Creative
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Thank you so much for sharing these files! My young grandchildren love your activities! You are making me look good! I appreciate you!
This game looks fun
Chloé Forcier says