|Time:||approx. 5-15 min.|
|Recommended age:||from 8-10|
|Size of group:||it doesn't matter|
|Time for preparation:||approx. 5 minutes|
|Material:||cut out 20-30 words from a newspaper.|
The publishing company Miller has experienced a mishap. The shelf box with 20 (to 30) words of a short story has fallen over. The words are now laying about on the floor. Can the group manage to make up a new story from the 20 to 30 words?
Preparation: cut out 20-30 words from a newspaper.
To ensure variation, each word must begin with a different letter. Or: In the first round of the game, each group must cut 20-30 words out of a newspaper which all begin with a different letter. The winning group is the group who is first to out cut all of the words. The groups are then informed that a short story must be made from the words.
The correct words which make sense which could be put together in the given time are counted up.
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