Trivia Teddy Bear Game
"Love me Love my Teddy Bear."
This cute, free printable Teddy Bear game will test your guests' knowledge of All Things Teddy Bear, including where does the Teddy Bear come from, how did it get it's name, why do police officers carry teddy bears, and more! This is a great game for anyone who enjoys Teddy Bears.
Instructions: Just follow the printing directions below and print out the game card below for each guest. Give each guest a pen or pencil and let 'em loose! When everyone is finished (you may need to limit the time to 5-10 minutes) read the Answer Key (below) and have everyone grade their sheet. Whoever answers the most correctly wins! Have a bag of gummy bears, or a small teddy bear, or a teddy bear candle ready for prizes.
Have a Beary Good Time with this Game!
How to Print this Teddy Bear Game card
You have several options to print this Teddy Bear Trivia game. Whichever way you choose, I suggest that you print these game cards on a thicker cardstock for a sturdy game card. The EASIEST
way to print this game is to open this pdf Teddy Bear Game
and print it from there.
You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to open and print this baby shower game. You can get Adobe Reader for free here (a new window will open so you can download without leaving this page).
If you don't want to use the .pdf version, follow these
Right-click on the image you want and select the "save picture as..." line. Then, you will be asked which directory to save it to. Just save it onto your desktop or in any folder you want. Then on your desktop, double click on the image icon. When the image opens up, set your printer to the desired paper size and print the image (in color or black/white).
Another printing option: If you have Microsoft Word, after you "save picture as..." explained above, open a blank document in Microsoft Word and go to the tab INSERT and then select PICTURE and then select FROM FILE. From there you just choose the directory from your computer where you saved the picture and click INSERT. And Voila! You can print it off as many times as you like.
The 1902 Washington Post cartoon that inspired the Teddy Bear
"A bear teaches us that if the heart is true, it doesn't matter much if an ear drops off."-Helen Exley
I hope this Teddy Bear Game helps you in your Teddy Bear Baby Shower planning!
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