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Circle Game Have players form a circle. Give one player a rubber ball. That player selects a category, such as "candy bars." He or she then bounces the ball to another player in the circle, who must catch the ball, state an item from the category, such as "Snickers," and keep the ball moving to the next player. If the player can't name an item, holds the ball too long, or repeats an item, he or she is out. Categories – say a word that represents something from that category Do not communicate with others when it is not your turn Challenge yourselves to come up with creative words that fit in the category
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Unformatted text preview: Resume after the new topic is introduced Reluctant to answer a question can request a new topic change Complete the circle as fast as we can Topics: Sports Teams Candy Bars Animals Class Subjects States Colors Pirate Game Have all players sit in a circle and then chose a person to be “it”. The “it” is to leave so that “it” cannot see or hear. Have one to four players move in the circle. When “it” returns he is to figure out who has moved in the circle. Great ice breaker for new groups!...
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