Picture quizzes are probably the most common and easiest of all table top rounds to compile. Many quiz masters merely cut pictures of celebrities, politicians, sportsmen etc. from the newspapers or gossip magazines, stick them on paper and photocopy. Voilà! A picture quiz.
I prefer to make these up on my laptop, for two reasons. Firstly I think that they look a little more professional and secondly I can easily use them again if required. The methodology is easy.
Decide on the subject matter – don't just stick to celebrities ,try something a little different.[ I've included some ideas below].
Find the photos, generally a search using Google Images will suffice. Try to make sure that the images are of good quality or they won't print well. Save the images to your computer.
I've made a template using OpenOffice Writer comprising of 30 numbered cells, for each photo click inside a cell and insert photo. The picture should automatically resize to fit the cell. All of the quizzes that have 30 photos in the selection below have been compiled this way.
Then just print them out. - Simple.
I've split the examples into different types, but I'm sure that there are many more. Let me know what others you have come up with.
Due to prohibitive costs associated with licensing pictures to put on the site, I've had to remove all the picture rounds that feature people. You can still make up your own following the tips on this page but why not try those produced by Instant Quizzes. These are fully licensed and offer good value for use in clubs and pubs, they can be found using this link.