Thursday, 01 May 2003 01:56

What Are We?

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Break up the group into 2-4 teams. Have them assemble together. The judge or judges have to get to a somewhat of an elevated position. You can stand on a chair. You call out an object and each group has to make that object as it would be seen from above. The judge decides whose shape looks the most realistic and awards a point. Play 5 or 6 rounds increasing the difficulty of the shape. When I did this we had a high balcony to use at our University. It was a blast. Some examples of shapes are, a stop sign, a chair, a palm tree with coconuts, a dog, a person, or a pair of sunglasses

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