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Klaus kisses Kermit

Time: approx. 15 - 20 min. or longer
Recommended age: all ages
Size of group: from 6-8 teammates ideal
Time for preparation: none
Material: Paper, pens

Game description

To remember a lot of names and assigning them to the right faces as well is anything but easy. This applies particularly to the beginning of a new school year, where there are so much more impressions bombarding children – it really makes it hard to remember everything. Funny get-to-know games make that all so much easier. Every participant writes his name on a small piece of paper and then puts that into a box. Next, every kid draws one name from the box. They are not allowed to call the name out loud but quickly create a short sentence with the first letter of the name. Each word in the sentence has to start with the first letter of the name. After that is done, one kid after the other reads the sentence out loud while the child, the name belongs to, displays what the sentence says by the means of pantomime. Here are some examples: Steffi sleeps softly, Manfred makes mustard or Klaus kisses Kermit.



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