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Both sessions were about short games which can be played in trainings and workshops with groups, e. While this information is vital for the facilitators, they might spoil the fun and learning if you want to play these games yourself.
Chair Game number of participants: Success only through collaboration; working together across teams; finding a higher common goal; silent communication material: Have the participants form 3 groups.
Tell the participants not to talk anymore. Give each group one of the following instructions on a card group should keep it a secret for the other groups: Tell the groups to execute their instructions.
If at some point every group is stuck, tell them that there is a solution that every group will be able to successfully execute their instructions at the same time. Groups will first fight each other, later hopefully see that they can all reach their goals together.
The end state of the chairs is a big circle with pairs of chairs turned upside down. Count to 33 number of participants: Have the participants stand up and form a circle.
Let the participants shout out numbers in the sequence from 1 up to 33 clockwise. Debrief when the group reaches the number Participants will end up with this sequence numbers are shouted: Marcel van Hove pointed out: So maybe stop at 32 or if you play it with nerds try to get to 42!
And you can control the duration of the game by setting the goal number. All participants sit on a chair randomly distribute in a large room.
Let participants lift their feets from the ground. Announce the following instructions: From now on, nobody is allowed to touch the floor or speak anymore.
Some participants hop with their chair to the exit. Others, often the ones furthest away from the exit, will cooperate by forming a bridge with their chairs.
Some will also help others, e. Fruitsalad number of participants: Have the participants build a circle of chairs with one chair per participant except for yourself.
When they get up, the person in the middle also tries to find a chair. Given that there is one chair less than the number of participants, one person will end up without a chair, and the game starts over. Big fun in a fast paced game, where you have to react quickly.
Counting In The Dark number of participants: Let them close their eyes. Tell them to count to 10 aloud. Whenever two people shout out any two numbers together, let the group start over. People will start calling out numbers with a high possibility for calling them out together, so they have to start over and over again.American Literature High School Curriculum.
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But I understand it’s not as simple as that, so here are a few tips to make it easier. If you played one of the games according to these instructions, please leave a comment regarding how it turned out for you.
Thanks! Play4Agile Conference Logo At the Play4Agile conference in Rückersbach, Germany, in February, I especially enjoyed two sessions.