Stump your friends with a fun guessing game using Crayola Dry-Erase Markers. Play at your house, in the yard, or when you’re traveling!
Players take turns with the dry-erase board. The player with the board writes a title for the game at the top with a Crayola Dry-Erase Marker. With another color, this player draws a simple picture of something on the board.
The other players may ask any question about the drawing that can be answered by either "yes" or "no." Every time someone asks a question, the player with the board makes a tally mark.
When the other players think they have enough information to identify the picture, they may ask whether the drawing is a certain thing. If the picture is correctly identified, the person who asked wins the game.
If the drawing is not correctly identified, the question is added to the tally. If players are incorrect after they have asked 20 questions, they get to make one final try.
If the final try is correct, the player who asked wins. If the final try is incorrect, then the player with the board wins. Either way, all players can have lots of fun and get really creative in choosing their objects for others to identify!
For more fun, such as sudoku, hidden pictures, and mazes visit the Dry-Erase Activity Center on Crayola.com.
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