Heads Up, Seven Up (sometimes called "Seven Up", "Thumbs Up, Seven Up" or "Heads Down, Thumbs Up") is a game where each selected participant guesses the person who pressed down their thumb or in some versions of the game, the players have to guess who tapped their heads. An extremely fun and short-lived game we used to play in primary school. RULES: 1. kids are picked from a crowd of, say, schoolkids, in a classroom, who then goto the front of the room. 2. The rest of the kids in the room place their heads on the table so they can't see, but put their thumbs pointing upwards. 3. The kids at the front then proceed around the room and pick out one individual.
To play "Heads Up 7 Up," select 7 students or children to be the pickers for the first round. This part of the game takes about one minute. Warnings Make sure there is enough room for your seven volunteers to move around. An extremely fun and short-lived game we used to play in primary school. This article has also been viewed 86, times. Depends on the school.
Heads up, seven up is a great game for children of all ages to play. Instead of having the volunteers turn down the thumb of their selected person, they can tap or gently press on their thumbs. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Awesome picture! Philadelphia sidecar Full on monet
The pickers should walk around the classroom and each tap the thumb of a student with his or her head down. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. You can make the game more fun for the kids by giving a prize to the child that guesses correctly. The person whos thumbs have been brushed pull their thumbs itno their fists so they cant be chosen again. Google Images