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Who Am I? A Fun Game to Practice Interrogative Pronouns in the Classroom!


Who Am I? A Fun Game to Practice Interrogative Pronouns in the Classroom!

Who Am I? A Fun Game to Practice Interrogative Pronouns in the Classroom!


Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions. They include words like "who," "whom," "whose," "what," "which," and "whose." In this activity, students will practice using interrogative pronouns.


Who Am I? An Interrogative Pronoun Game


  • To identify and correctly use interrogative pronouns
  • To practice asking and answering questions using interrogative pronouns


  • Index cards or small pieces of paper
  • Writing utensils
  • Timer (optional)


  1. Have each student write down a famous person or fictional character on an index card or piece of paper.
  2. Collect the cards and shuffle them.
  3. Choose one card and read the name on the card aloud to the class.
  4. Students will then take turns asking yes or no questions to try to figure out who is on the card.
  5. Each question must include an interrogative pronoun.
  6. The person who correctly guesses the name on the card gets to go next.
  7. If no one guesses the correct name after a set amount of time, reveal the name on the card and start again with a new card.
  8. Play until each student has had a chance to guess.


Observe students' use of interrogative pronouns during the game. You can also ask them to write a short paragraph using interrogative pronouns to ask questions about a topic of their choice.


Challenge students to come up with their own game using interrogative pronouns.


  • To make the game more challenging, limit the number of questions each student can ask.
  • Instead of using famous people or fictional characters, use animals, places, or objects.
  • Play in teams and have each team choose a card to guess.


After the game, have students reflect on what they learned about interrogative pronouns and how they can use them in their writing and communication.


Make sure students understand the rules of the game before starting. Encourage them to be creative with their questions and have fun!

Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎


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