Imitating an Action
Write down actions on a piece of paper, for example: “fixing your hair”, “jumping”, “being angry”, “swimming”, “walking on heels”, “eating flowers”. Write a single action on each piece of paper. There should be as many pieces of paper as there are participants and as many different actions as there are to be groups. All the pieces of paper should be folded over so that you cannot read what is written on them. Participants take a piece of paper and silently read what is written on it so that the others cannot see it. Their task is to perform the action so that they can find the other members of their small group.