Classroom Games – Change #55On August 14, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
During the exercise the participants will stand in two lines facing each other. They look at the one in front of them and remember as much of the other person’s appearance as possible. Each participants turns around at the same time and changes three things about himself. In this case one person removes an earring, puts on her glasses and rolls up her sleeves. Another participant rearranges his hair, closes the upper button of his shirt and removes his wedding ring. Everyone turns around and observes what has been changed. One person notices that the sleaves are rolled up now and that there is an earring missing. The third change he cannot find. The other person notices that the one in front of him has changed his hair. The other two things he can’t figure out. Next everyone turns around again and changes the things that hasn’t been noticed by the other person back to how they originally were and turns back around. Now both persons are trying to notice again what has been changed. They do this until everyone has guessed all changes correctly. If it takes to much time people can give each other hints. Everyone remembers how many turns it took to notice the three changes and shifts one spot to the right while the other line stays in place. Everyone turns around and changes the same three things about himself and the same game will be played. Everyone ads the number of turns to the previous number. The same line shifts one spot to the right and the same game will be played again. Repeat this until all persons from one line has been standing in front of all persons from the other line. Everyone tells his final number of turns and the one with the lowest number is the winner of the game. The trainer guides the team and applies variations to the exercise. What kind of variations you can read below this video on Youtube. And haven’t you subscribed yet? Hit the subscribe button below this video to stay tuned for a new team exercise each Sunday on youtube.com/teamexercises to improve cooperation and communication.