The Tray Game
Everyone is handed a piece of paper and a pen. The object of the game is to see who can remember the most items on the tray. A tray full of items is brought out with a towel over it covering the contents of the tray. The tray is uncovered and placed in the center of the room preferably on a table.
||The guests have exactly two minutes to look over the tray. The tray can be rotated so that it can be seen from other angles but no touching the contents. After the minute is up everyone writes down what they remember. The person who remembers the most gets a prize. To be successful you should have a lot of things on the tray, and a list of what is on the tray.
Examples of tray contents ( should be small, or sample size) Baby shower- pacifier, baby spoon, bib, diaper, Q-tips, thermometer, diaper rash tube, baby powder, baby sock, pen, invitation, fork, baby comb, ball, regular or plastic keys, can opener, jar of baby food, barrette, extra large safety pin, crayon or small box of crayons... etc
Thanks - Melvina
Have the person go around the room with baby items on it as planned, but instead of asking questions about the items on the tray ask the questions about how the person carrying the tray is dressed! FYI - Have the person carrying the tray leave the room before asking questions about them.
Instead of using a tray attach items on and on the inside of a robe. Have someone walk around in the robe and show the guests what is on the outside and inside of the robe.
Then once the robe wearing model leaves give the guests about a minute to think about what they saw and then have them write down everything they can remember in two minutes. After two minutes, have the baby shower model return and score the results.