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A Quiz Night Table Game : Draw a Superhero

This table game requires a little more creativity from the quiz participants than usual.

They must draw a picture of a Super Hero. In this case “Super Mega Toaster Flying Man”.  The team with the drawing that the judges decide is the most entertaining will win a special prize and some bonus quiz points.

  • You can make the name of the super hero relevant to your audience. (If your quiz is a School fundraiser you could make it “Super Teacher Whiteboard Man!”)
  • If you ask teams to hand in their efforts early enough you can lay them out during the 10 minute halfway break and let everyone come and check out what the other teams have drawn.
  • If you have the time to organise it you could even let people vote with a show of hands on which drawing them think is best.

Download the game as a Word Document  :  Quiz-Ideas-Table-Game-Draw-Super-Hero

Fundraising Quiz Night Table Game - Draw a Super Hero

Fundraising Quiz Night Table Game - Draw a Super Hero

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A Quiz Night Table Game : Name the Logo/Flag

Quiz-Table-Game-LogosDownload this Quiz Night Table Game as a Word File : Quiz-Table-Game-Logos

This is a simple table game you can use in your quiz night. The teams simply have to identify the organisation or country associated with the given logos / flags.

To make this game more fun include some local organisations that people will recognize.

Answers

1 – Yahoo

2 – British airways

3 – Chevron

4 – Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières

5 – FIFA

6 – Ghana

7 – Malaysia

8 – Manchester United

9 – The World Bank

10 – QANTAS

11- Unknown, points given for funny suggestions

12 – Shell

13 – Android

14 – Argentina

15 – Adobe

16 – Microsoft windows

17 – Miami dolphins

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Quiz Night Fun : Decorate the Answer Sheets

Usually there is a person or two at each table who isn’t totally engaged in listening to questions and discussing answers at any given time. It’s a good idea to have some tasks they can fill up their spare moments with.

For example you can announce at the beginning of the evening that there is a prize for the best decorated answer sheet. Any people not actively involved writing down answers can take some time out to scribble down some drawings.

Or perhaps you could distribute an extra blank piece of paper to each team table and announce that at the end of the night there will be a prize for the best drawing of Elvis / The Earth / The Mona Lisa etc.

Of course you will need to look through all of the attempts and come up with a winner which will mean a little more work for you.  You could quickly scan the pictures, select the top three and then take them around the room and ask everyone to vote with a show of hands which one they prefer.

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