Names and Associations
Everyone sits or stands in a circle. One person says the name of the person to their left and a word that occurs to them (for example, “Alma and raspberry”). The next person says the name of the previous person and a word that is their first association to the word said by the previous person (for example, “Leon and jam”). The associations continue in a circle (for example, “Nermin and breakfast”, “Dara and morning”)
Variation: If the group isn’t too large and they already know each other’s names, you can play competitively so that the person who doesn’t say the name quickly enough or says a word that isn’t related to the previous word is out.