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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


Jim Bowman

Stand in a circle. One person volunteers to go first. Imagine you have an object in your hand(s). You should define its shape, size, weight, etc. Be as specific as you can without talking. Turn to the person on your right and hand them the object. That person takes the object, defines its shape, etc., as you did, and then changes the object and hands it to the next person. Continue around the circle.

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