Trivia Game Ideas for a Baby Shower

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Trivia Game Ideas for a Baby Shower
Plan trivia games for your next baby shower. (grossesse 71 image by Nathalie P from

Besides the food, decorations and proud mommy-to-be, games are a perfect addition to any baby shower. Trivia games are easy to plan and play, as well as work as an icebreaker for unfamiliar faces. When hosting a baby shower, be sure to plan a variety of trivia games to add to the spirit of the party.

Baby Jeopardy Trivia

Make a board with columns and rows, and label each column with things such as baby word scramble, nursery rhymes and celebrity parents. In each row write point values, make the point values go up and the questions get harder. For nursery rhymes, say part of a nursery rhyme and have guests guess what the name of the rhyme is. For the word scramble, write down scrambled words such as pacifier, diaper and stroller. Guests get points for each question they get right. The guest with the highest amount of points wins the game.

Parenting Trivia

Make a trivia of questions most parents would know. Use questions such as "What do you put on a child's burn?" or "What is a high temperature for your child?". Award a point to each guest who gets a question right. Award a gift to the guest with the highest amount of points.

Celebrity Baby Trivia

Create a list of questions about celebrities and their babies. Ask questions like "What is the name of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes's baby?" or "What did Courtney Cox name her baby?" Have guests write their answers on a piece of paper and give each player a point for every correct answer she has right.

Another variation for this game is to have guests write down as many celebrities as they can who have famous kids. The person who writes down the most names wins the game.

Who Knows Mommy?

Ask questions about the mother-to-be and have guests write the answers down on a piece of paper. Ask questions such as "What are the colour of her eyes," "Has she had any type of crazy food craving" and "What name or names does she have picked out for the baby?"

For a baby shower planned after the baby is born, use questions about the labour. Questions about how much the baby weighed and what time the baby was born.

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