Sometimes, we’ll even use names of our extended family. For example, you might choose a ballerina with a kite in the salon.
Once you’ve chosen, bring only the FIRST person back into the room.
There’s even a game template that you can print onto your paper. For each round, set the timer for 1 minute and each player tries to get their team to guess as many slips of paper as possible following the round rules. Alternate between teams until all of the papers are gone. Add up the score as you go, 1 point per correctly guessed slip. Grab some paper slips and have everyone write down a few things to act out. When we were little, we would play hide and go seek in the dark, at night.
(The template isn’t necessary, but does make it easier.) Supplies: pencils and paper. Make it more interesting by adding rules like: if you guess a wrong letter you have to do a silly task. Choose a category (like movie titles or book titles) then each player writes down 3-4 things that fit the category on slips of paper and put into a pile. If your turn ends and they haven’t guessed the current slip yet, put it back in the pile for someone else. Put papers back in the pile and start the next round. You set the categories and determine how many points you need to win! When the person seeking got close to the person hiding, the hiding person would jump up and scare the seeker!
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