To help with my son’s nightly speech therapy sessions I have created a Lego Batman game to keep him entertained. Growing up I was always loved “Guess Who?”; so I’ve decided to give it a rebirth with some of my son’s favourite characters as a way of keeping things interesting during our nightly speech therapy sessions. The first version I have done is Lego Batman.
The card sizes for the templates are based on the original game. If you have a newer version of the games, the cards will still work but you may need to trim the cards slightly differently depending on which version of the game you have.
Setting up the Lego Batman Game
To use the Lego Batman templates with your “Guess Who?” board game, simply printing the cards on card stock, cut out and voilà, you’ve got a new set of cards to replace the originals. If you do not have any cardstock, you can print the templates on regular paper, cut out and glue on to some thin cardboard from a cereal box or similar.
To download the Lego-Batman-GuessWho. When the file opens, right-click and select “Save As” to save to your computer.
If you need instructions on how to play Guess Who, the original instructions can be found here.
Where to get a copy of “Guess Who?”
If you don’t already own a copy of “Guess who”there are a few options for you.
- You can buy a copy on eBay or Amazon.
- You can build your own boards like this one from Little House on the Corner.
Make your own Magnetic board like this one from Make it Scrapping.