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Who What Where Jr. Drawing Game

4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Everybody loves Who, What Where, Junior, the kid-friendly version of our popular party game
  • Pick 3 cards, then sketch a scene that includes all 3 elements - can other players guess what your scene is about?
  • Don't worry if you can't draw - the worse the drawings are, the more fun the game can be
  • For 2 - 4 players ages 7 and over
  • University Games offers you and your family creative games that are easy to learn and fun to play
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

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University Games Who What Where Jr

Amusing drawing and loads of family fun, University Games Who What Where Jr keeps parties going. It features thousands of funny combinations that have to be sketched from three sets of cards. With an optional scoring system, you may make this game as competitive as you want.


Why You'll Love It: An entertaining game that's easy to play as you sketch funny combinations using three sets of cards along with your family and friends.

Age: 7 to 12 years

Features
  • Many hilarious and fun combinations
  • Promotes creativity and communication skills
  • Encourages social interaction and develops friendship
  • Intended for 2 or more players


Recommended Ages:7 – 12

From the Manufacturer

University Games Who What Where, Jr. Game is the outrageous drawing game for kids. The object is to try to get other players to guess the who, what, and where scene you've drawn. To play, each player draws a who, what, and where card and then begins drawing the scene described on the cards. Players then pass their creations onto the player to their left, who writes down his best guess of what the drawing represents and then passes it along to the next person. Could you draw santa eating ice cream in New York or perhaps big bird play a trumpet on the moon.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.2 x 3.2 x 11.5 inches
Item Weight 1.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0009XBYOO
Item model number 1833
Manufacturer recommended age 7 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #52,766 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#600 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Early Childhood Education Materials
#40,707 in Office Products > Office Supplies
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This is a fun game along the lines of "Pictionary" where the players choose three cards (an animal/person, a "place" and the activity being done) and must draw a picture depicting the three. The combinations are fairly absurd (ie. a mouse blowing a bubble on a sled) which has enormous appeal to children. Then, of course, depending on the artistic skill of the "draw-ers" guessing what the pictures are is great fun!

My children are 8 and 11 and they both had good fun with this game. It is definitely best with a bigger group and works well for a group with varying ages.
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Sometimes, the simplest games are the most enjoyable. There isn't much to the "Who? What? Where?" game - three sets of cards, some scoring chips, a timer and a pad of paper. But it's perfect for my 7-year-old daughter, and fun for the adults to play along, too. Of all the games my daughter has in her closet, including the brand-new ones she received this past Christmas, this is the only one she's wanted to play again and again.

Scoring is optional in this game... It's fun either way.
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This game is a lot of fun for the whole family. There are three stacks of cards: who, what, where. Each player chooses one card from each stack and tries to draw the combined scene. For instance, you may have to draw a penguin (who) playing guitar (what) on a motorcycle (where). After the time runs out, everyone tries to guess what the others have drawn. Each silly combination is a new opportunity for your child to be creative.
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Fun and simple drawing game, reminiscent of Pictionary, but for the little ones. I think this is a good game for emerging drawers, about 5yrs up to 10 year olds. I found the older kids (older than 10) got bored quickly, after a few rounds; the younger kids loved to attempt to play, making all kinds of goofy drawings that didn't always match the cards...but that was okay because they were having fun!
The game is very simple, a classic pick the cards and draw what is on the cards and others have to guess the drawing (in very simple terms, but they do have rules about using a timer and scoring for guessing, etc.). You pick three cards, each one having a "who" (person, animal, etc.), "what" (action, or similar), and "where" (place, location). Keep these hidden from the other players; when the timer starts, draw your picture!
Overall, it's been a fun game and we enjoy playing it. Fr smart kids , the pictures can be relatively easy to guess and figure out, but some are more challenging, which adds fun to the game. I would recommend this game to anyone looking for family game for kids 5-10, who love to draw or love guessing games, and non-competitive.
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Expect good laughs with this! Also have the 'adult' version. The Jr. version is better to play with the whole family as the 'who' topic is more generic.
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my cousins introduced me to this game on thanksgiving and i was just blown away at how much fun it was. the thing is, they're homeschooled and i was wondering how a bunch of public school kids would react to it while being surrounded by lots of other distractions. i'm a children's librarian and i have a regular weekly game time. i whipped out this game one day and although the crowd started small, even some of the kids on the computers came to join in because it was so much fun. and surprisingly enough, even the most competitive personalities paid no attention to the point system. just be careful if you're looking for a quiet board game: this game often involves loud outbursts!
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Nothing wrong with the game or the customer service, but didn't like the game itself nearly as much as we enjoyed the original who what where. To simplify it, it was more like other drawing games, and I thought that made it less fun than the original.
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oops! So i've played the adult version before and i didn't realize this version was going to be so much easier than the adult version. Like really easy. But i mean it's Jr so thats my fault. This box is big for the cards being so tiny.
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