Ten Most Popular Baby Shower Games


There are hundreds of baby shower games (and new ones being thought up each day!) but these are the 10 most popular that have stood the test of time. We hope you can use these at your baby shower. And while your at it you can check out our Baby's Corner to see about that special prize or gift

1. Mommies Girth

How to Play:Usually a baby shower is given near the end of a pregnancy and by that time Mommy has quite a waist line! In this game, each of the shower guests is given a piece of paper and pencil and they guess "Mommies Girth" and write it down and sign it.These are put in a decorated tin or bowl.Then Mommies Girth is measured and all the guesses are read aloud…the one closest to what Mommies real girth is wins a prize.

2. Baby Word Scramble

How to Play: Select twenty words and scramble the letters (example: diaper scrambled to predai).Give each guest a list of the scrambled words and a pencil, they have to figure out what the real word is. First one done correctly wins a prize.

3. Diaper Bag Memory Game

How to Play: Fill a diaper bag with 10 to 15 baby items (baby power, diaper pins, pacifier, etc.). Take each one out and lay it on a tray and then put them all back in the bag.The guests must write down all the items they saw; the guest that remembers the most wins a prize.

4. Baby Price is Right!

How to Play: Select 15 baby items (jar of food, car seat, rattle, baby swing, etc.) and have pictures of them on a board (or even the real thing sitting there if you have the items and space). Ask each guest to write down what they think the price of that item is and the one with the most correct answers wins a prize.

5. Baby Picture Match

How to Play: Each guest is asked to bring a baby picture of themselves. These are laid out on a table and people must match the picture to the guest. The one with the most correct matches wins a prize.

6. Baby Body Parts

How to Play: Guests are given pencil and paper and asked to name all the body parts they can think of that are only three letters long. The guest with the most wins a prize. (Such as: arm, leg, eye -- some claim there are eleven such parts)

7. Did You Say Baby?

How to Play: Each guest is given a clothes pin when they arrive at the party and told to pin it on their clothes. Every time they say baby and someone else hears them, that person can take their clothes pin. The person with the most clothes pins at the end of the party wins a prize.

8. Guess the Nursery Rhyme

How to Play: Guests are given a piece of paper with a list of lines taken from nursery rhymes and they must write the name of rhyme it was taken from (for instance, on the list is "and the dish ran"; the answer is "Hey Diddle, Diddle"). If you need to look at nursery rhymes to get the lines, go to: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/Rhymes.html

9. Who Am I?

How to Play: When a guest arrives at the party, the host or hostess puts a sticker with a famous name on it in the middle of the guests back.The guests must ask people questions that can only be answered with yes or no to find out "who they are".The first person who figures out who they are wins a prize.

10. Q-Tips in a Jar

How to Play: Fill a good sized jar with different colored Q-Tips and ask the guests to guess how many there are of each color. The guest with the most correct answer for each color wins a prize.

Have Fun Selecting the Baby Shower Games you Want to Play

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