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The hardest part of arranging a baby shower is thinking of fun amusements and games that haven't been done a thousand times over. Here's our some creative baby shower games that are actually fun to play.

This list includes 11 games, but I like the idea of the one in the photo. Supplies: multiple pictures of me and Kevin, chopped into strips, glue, background paper.

ThanksUse a childrens book as a guest book for a baby shower.... would love Oh the places youll go! awesome pin we can use Oh the Places you'll go as the guest book!

Use a children's book as a baby shower or birthday party guest book. Then do the shower the theme of that book

Guess the flavor: Have guest taste each baby food and write down their answers, most correct answers win a prize... OR have Daddy-to-be taste and guess, have guest guess how many he got right.

Baby shower game Guess the flavor: Have guest taste each baby food and write down their answers, most correct answers win a prize. OR have Daddy-to-be taste and guess, have guest guess how many he got right.

Baby shower game: "Tinkle in the potty" - put a ballon under your shirt and quarter between your knees and try to drop the quarter into a jar......loads do laughs!

Game idea: Birds and Soap, Soap and Birds: "She's About to Pop!" Baby shower game - balloon under there shirts, and hold a ping pong ball in between their knees, and waddle over to a jar that they have to drop it into.

Guess the date? Make it fun, buy a square & closest person gets half the pot. (Other half goes to the new parents for a gift card)

Baby shower idea: Guess the baby's birthday! Great way to replace a guest book. You could use stickers of a pacifier and/or a rattle. Each person placed the sticker on the date they predicted and signed their name. Perfect to put in a scrapbook, too!

Challenge your students/children to find the angles in their names. In order to connect math skills to real life (personal connection with the name) :)