Grab this Guess the All Star printable game for your next team party, senior night or pep rally! Print the sheets, create the display board and get a laugh or give a smile when admiring the cute photos of your teammates or parents in their youth.
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I love seeing my kids enjoying hobbies and activities I also enjoyed as a kid. Both my girls are big into travel softball just like I was at their age and after recently coming across my childhood softball portraits I thought up a fun printable game.
My Guess the All Star Printable Game is a versatile activity for any team event. If the players are older (like high schoolers), you can encourage parents to print and share photos of the players to be used. Or, if they’re younger like mine, encourage parents to share photos of their own youth sports days. For this game hosted at our team’s welcome party at the beginning of the season, I decided on the latter and all us parents got a kick out of the oversized baseball hats and glorious 90s hair styles we all had as kids.
This Guess the All Star printable game includes 3 sheets in order to play:
- Display Board Sheet – includes the “guess the all star” title icon and number blocks for # 1 – 20
- Guessing Sheet – print one for each player
- Master Key – print one for the game host
To set up the game, print out the display board sheet and cut out the title icon and number blocks. Adhere the title icon to the top of a board. I got my folding board at the Dollar Tree. Ask parents to provide the photos, either by passing the originals to you or giving you a digital scan and you print them. (Note: I only added the names ON the board itself as seen above, AFTER the game was over so everyone could see the answers)
Use adhesive photo corners like these to add any original photos to the board in order to not damage them. Once displayed, the party host should use the master key to fill out who is in each photo and hide that key!
Encourage players to take a look at the Guess the All Star board and take a guess at who all 20 players are. I promise parents and adults alike will get a KICK out of all the ways in which kids have oversized clothing, bad equipment positions and to just see their cute little faces aged from years ago.
Do you see a mini Hailey and Brielle in Derek and my photo?