Friday, April 3, 2009

The entertainment committee - a game from a student reader

We love it when readers share games with us! This game was shared by Ashley, a high school student from Newberry, Michigan.

The Entertainment Committee
Ask a few volunteers to leave the room, and give those volunteers the instructions to make the audience clap. They can do whatever they want; they just have to make the group clap. Separately, you give the audience instructions to copy the actions of the person outside. This includes repeating what they say. You bring in the people from outside one at a time. When the outside volunteer claps, the audience will also clap – thereby declaring the volunteer to be a winner.

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