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- Keep it going, then more balls are introduced and it starts gets crazy. Tools Needed: Ball Time: 30 minute
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8. Game of Possibilities How to play: - Give an object to one person in each group. - One at a time, someone has to go up in front of the group and demonstrate a use for that object. - The rest of the team must guess what the player is demonstrating. - The demonstrator cannot speak, and demonstrations must be original, possibly wacky, ideas. Tools Needed: Any random objects Time: 5-6 minutes 9. Scavenger Hunt How to play: - Break the group into teams of two or more. - Make a list of goofy tasks for each team to do as a group. - Tasks can include taking a selfie with a stranger, taking a picture of a building or object around the office, etc. - Give the list to each team, along with a deadline by which they must complete all tasks. - Whoever completes the most tasks the quickest, wins! Tools Needed: Pen and Paper Time: 1 hour 10. Blind Drawing How to play: - Divide everyone into groups of two. - Have the two individuals sitting back-to-back. Give one person the pen and paper and the other person the picture. - The person with the picture describes the picture to their teammate without actually saying what it is. For example, if the image is a worm in an apple, do not say, “Draw an apple with a worm in it.” - The person with the pen and paper draws what they think the picture depicts, based on the verbal description. Tools Needed: A picture, pen, and paper Time: 5 – 10 minutes
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  • Fall '17
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