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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


Jim Bowman

Students stand in a circle, a volunteer steps forward and gives their name and an adjective that describes them, and uses some type of physical movement. The person next to them states that person's name, gives the adjective and move and then states their own name,

does their own move and adjective. Repeat this around the circle, building as you go. Next person will repeat the first two, etc. The last person in the circle will be required to do all the names, adjectives, and moves.

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