Have You Ever?

Give each a player a floor spot. Have the players place the floor spot on the floor at least 6′ away from another player and form a large circle. Establish the rules. Players must walk. The teacher will ask a question that has a yes or no answer. Each player determines if the answer is yes or no. A ‘yes’ response requires the player to move to a different floor spot. The teacher starts without a floor spot and moves to a floor spot regardless of the teacher response. One player will be left without a floor spot. That player asks the next question. While the new caller is thinking of a question have the players turn to the person on their left and tell each other their name. Repeat for 5-10 rounds. Allow time to go around the circle and tell one thing each person learned about another person from the game.

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Floor Spots

Floor Spots