The object of What's That on My Head? is to identify the numbers on your head. Players draw questions and answer them, with each player trying to deduce the 3 numbers on his or her own head. There are 90 clues at each of the four levels of play. Note below that the different clue levels are carefully designed to provide the right degree of challenge for players of all ages and abilities. Below is a sampling of the clue questions, sorted by level:
Level
1
(Children, ages 712) 
Name all players who have a 3 or a 4 or both. 
Roll one die. Name all players who have that number.  
GOOD LUCK Guess one of your numbers. If your guess is right, the other players will clap their hands. If your guess is wrong, they will roar like lions. 

GOOD
LUCK
Guess one of your numbers. If your guess is right, the other players will clap their hands. If your guess is wrong, they will heehaw like donkeys. 

If the player on your right has a 7, clap your hands. If not, whistle. 

Tell the player on your left his or her lowest number. 
Level
2
(Beginners, ages 12 and up ) 
Roll one die. Name all players who do not have that number. 
Roll three dice. Name all players who have the total shown on the dice.  
GOOD
LUCK
Guess two of your numbers. The other players must tell you whether you have at least one of those numbers. 

GOOD
LUCK
Guess your three numbers. If you’re right, you get one point. If you’re wrong, you don’t lose a point. 

Name all players who have either a double or a triple. 
Level
3
(More Advanced) 
Name all players whose total is an odd number. 
Do you see any doubles?  
Roll two dice. Are there any players whose numbers are all in between the numbers on the dice?  
Name the players whose highest number is exactly double their lowest number.


How many players have a total of 11, 12, or 13? 
Level
4
(Most Advanced) 
On
all heads combined, which do you see more of: 3s, 4s, and 5s or 6s, 7s, and 8s? If there is a tie, say so. 
Name the players who have at least one number that is the same as one of the digits in their total.  
Roll two dice. How many players have at least one of the two numbers shown on the dice?  
Of
the nine numbers, how many appear exactly two times?


Of the nine numbers, are there any missing? 