• Laurie Swigart

BLIND POLYGON

Jim Bowman


Divide into groups of five or six. All should line up side by side in a straight line and put on blindfolds. The group is given a length of rope and each person grasps it with both hands. They are then told what type of shape to make. When they think they have the shape, put the rope on the ground and take a look. During the process, the group may talk to each other, but must keep the blindfolds on.

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