Baby Shower Game Ideas: Baby Pictionary Free Printable
Posted on May 1, 2012 by Lindsey Mattson
Baby shower games give both sides of the baby's family an opportunity to get to know each other a little better before he or she is born. Baby Shower Pictionary is a great game to get everyone participating and working together as a team.
This free baby shower game is based on the original Pictionary board game. Before the shower, print and cut the Baby Pictionary cards, one set per team. At the shower, create teams and give each one a pad of paper and pencil. Let one member of the team see a card then tell them to draw the word or phrase for their partners to guess. Use a timer or just play until someone guesses. When the time is up, the teams total up the number of words they have guessed correctly and the team who has the most correct, wins.
BONUS BABY SHOWER GAMES
These games need a little preparation but are guaranteed fun at your baby shower.
Pin the Diaper on a Balloon – The Parents-To-Be race each other to put an old-fashioned cloth diaper on a balloon securing it with a pin. Whoever finishes first without popping the balloon, wins.
What's in the Bag? – Place small baby items (i.e., pins, pacifiers, thermometer, ointment, etc.) into medium-sized paper bags. Have your guests guess what is in each bag. The guest with the most correct answers wins.
What's in the Baby Bag? – You will need a baby bag and a bunch of baby accessories (pacifier, bottles, diapers, wipes, etc.) that fit and belong in a baby bag. Put the baby bag on a table or floor (wherever the guests can see it) and take out all the things from the bag. Have them look at the items for 2-5 minutes and put them away. Each player will have to memorize what's in the bag and whoever has the most items memorized, wins.
Measure Moms Waist/Stomach – This game allows the guests to guess how big Mommy-To-Be’s waist is. With yarn, toilet paper, string or any other means of measuring, have each guest tell you what size to cut the material. After everyone has gotten their guess cut, have them place their material around the fullest part of the Mommy-To-Be’s waist/stomach. The piece of material closest to the size of Mommy-To-Be’s tummy, wins.