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- stand back to back, one describes a picture, the other draws it.
- Draw a picture of your worst fear.
- Human rock paper scissors:
- Whole group agrees on physicla poses to represent rock, paper and scissors
- Split into two teams
- Each team has 30 secs to agree whether they're going for rock paper or scissors
- Facilitator shouts "GO"
- Play for the best of 3 or 5 to see which team wins
- More info here
- Write down something nobody knows about you, then we have to guess which one is who.
- "1,2 ... 3,1" (see below)
rock paper scissors championship
- Works best with large groups
- Everybody in the room finds a pair and plays three rounds of Rock Paper Scissors
- Give rules! Otherwise some people do one, two, play and some do one, two, three, play
- The winner finds another winner to compete against. The loser becomes their cheerleader and has to follow them round chanting their name
- The number of players becomes smaller and each player gets a larger and larger group of cheerleaders until there are only two players left, and one of them wins!
- We played this at the thoughtworks Away Day in Birmingham, and at the Agile Leadership meetup at Made Tech in London 13/1/20 - I won!
"1,2 ... 3,1"
- Everybody stand up.
- When the leader says "One," everyone else must say "Two."
- When the leader says "Two," everyone else must say "Three."
- When the leader says "Three," everyone else must say "One."
- Start by practising that, then when they've got the hang of it, tell them that every time THEY say "One," they must clap (it's harder than it sounds).
- That's it!