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Number of Players: 6 or more

Age of Players: 8 and above

You will need: A pencil, paper and tape or post it notes

Preparation: Draw up a list of famous people

How to Play:

Put a name of a famous person on a piece of paper or post it note on the back or forehead of each player. Players must circulate the room and ask questions to find out who they are.

who am i

Click here for the ‘Who Am I?’ Powerpoint image

Applications:

IDENTITY: Now that we’ve all got to know each other’s names we can see a glimpse of each other’s personalities or identities. The ‘Who am I?’ game forces each of us to think about who we are and what we are about; to consider what identity truly is.

NAMES: Our names are important to us – as the ‘Who am I?’ game shows! Our names are the way in which people get to know us and its often the first thing people want to know. In biblical times names were very important because their meaning was just as important as the name itself. That’s why God changes some of His followers names, to remind them of who they really are in His sight.

NAMES OF GOD: The’Who am I?’ game is all about names. Obviously. I mean, it says it in the title! Did you know that there are over 900 names for God in the bible! WOW!

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