My Grandma Patricia, loves to play this type of game, In fact, if I recall correctly, I learned how to play it at her and Grandpa Richard’s house with all my teen-aged aunties and uncles. I loved this game as a kid because I loved to draw. I don’t know what Grandma Patricia called it, but I call it “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes.”
This fun game for all ages requires paper and a pencil for each person.
Give each player a piece of paper and have them fold the paper paper in thirds crosswise (hamburger).
Turn the paper to the middle fold. Mark where the neck should be.
Turn the paper to the bottom fold. Mark where the legs should be.
Each player passes their paper to the player at their left. Each player draws legs on their new page. Give the legs a last name.
Each player passes their paper to the player at their left. Everyone opens their paper to see the silly person you all made.