The Key King
|Time:||approx. 3 min., or extend the game|
|Recommended age:||all ages, from 6, if necessary adapt the rules|
|Size of group:||10 persons or more|
|Time for preparation:||none|
At the beginning of the game, the participants sit in a circle on chairs. However, there has to be one chair less than there are children. The child who has no chair is the key king. He has to go from child to child, introduce himself as the key king and ask for the child’s name. As soon as the key king moves on to the next child, the kid, he asked before is now a key king as well. He too has to get up, go to another child and ask for his name. This continues until the key king loses his key ring. At this point, everybody tries to get a new seat. The child who has no seat is the new key king, and the game starts all over again.
This game is primary to get to know each other
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