Piece of Cheese
In a circle one person jumps in and stands in the shape of cheese and says “I’m a piece of cheese”. Someone else jumps in with something obvious that goes with that offer (“I’m a cracker”), another person adds to it and creates a united picture (“I’m a glass of wine”). The first person in picks an object to keep. The other two leave, and the chosen object repeats what they are and it begins again.
This is a good exercise for teaching being obvious. People don’t need to be clever or funny, they just need to jump in. Also as it requires people to join in, it’s a team effort and helps people support each other.
- Also known as I’m a Whisk
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