Do You Remember Being a Fifth Grader?

Fun Trivia Game Show

This Fun filled game show is not only a game, but a fun-filled trip down memory lane.
Written specifically for this year’s high school through college seniors, questions all come from pop culture from 1999-2006 (and updated each year) so brush up on your one hit wonders, your news from those years.

…and all those things you THOUGHT you’d remember forever because we’re about to put your memory to the test! You may even be asked to sing songs Karaoke style or do dances you thought you’d never do again – all so you can win cash and prizes!

They were the days of Nintendo 64, of Sega Dreamcast, of boy bands and the Y2K bug fears. It was a time when all you had to do was learn the lyrics of songs, the cheat codes to games and watch TV. The internet was still in its infancy, but was catching on full steam and people were getting rich with IPO’s – how well do you remember it all?

Everyone at your event will have a chance to play during the game through our group challenges such as “Your School Has Talent” and other ways to get everyone an equal chance to participate.

One of our most popular ways of selecting contestants is “Scavenger Hunt” style ala the old “Let’s Make a Deal” game show. We’ll ask for someone with the most school flair, or someone with a picture of their pet on their cell phone, etc.

The entire audience will have a chance, at a minimum of one time or another in the competition. There will be 5-8 rounds of formal game play. Each round has 1 player answering questions for up to $100.

In addition to this there will be 3-4 “classmates” in each round (classmates usually stay 2 or more rounds)- making a total of 10-20 who participate on stage the formal game after the competitions to get on stage.

Additionally members of the audience may be asked to answer a missed question in order to get a prize. Do You Remember Being a 5th Grader at a college event includes a prize package of up to $600 (subject to change). This includes prizes for the contestants to play the question part of the game as well as prizes for several audience members and the classmates.

Do You Remember Being a 5th Grader is traveling nationwide at a college near you and is available for all types of events year round.


Bronze Level – For the Budget Conscious
Silver Level – Budget Savvy
Gold Level – Full Production (Most Popular)
Platinum Level – Gold Level plus EXTRA TLC!
60-90 minutes with an average of 70 minutes