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With Valentine's Day coming up, we're thinking about all the great way to express love for our family, friends, community and more. This fun game allows a group to get to know each other better and think about what the members have in common.
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How to play this fun circle game to get to know your community.
Group Size: Large group of 5 or more. Developmental Goal: To have students recognize commonalties within the group and to identify personal characteristics.
Make sure everyone understands the rules. Cue players to think about what they will say if they get to be in the middle. Briefly discuss awareness and review how to play Rock-Paper-Scissors in case there is a tie.
The person who remains in the middle begins a second round of the game. Players say "move your booty if…" or "move if…" Instead of running, this can can be played in stadium seats with an audiences as "Stand Up".
The leader says "stand up if…". More Resources.Love thy neighbor game
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