|Description:|| This activity was adapted from the classic activity book, The Big Book of Team Motivating Games.|
The objectives are to demonstrate the benefits of humor and to increase comfort within the team.
|Materials:||A small gift for each participant to take away.|
|Directions:||Divide your group into teams of 10 to 20 people.|
When the teams are assembled ask them to sit or stand in a circle.
Tell them that this activity consists of each person asking and answering open-ended questions. Instruct each participant to remember the question that they asked and the answer that they gave.
To start the game, have one team member turn to their right and ask a question. After providing an answer, that person turns to their right and asks a new question. This continues around the circle.
Now, the fun begins. Have everyone move to a new position in the circle, so that they have a new person on their left and right. To start this round, have the original team member ask the person to their right the original question, and have that person give their original answer. Get ready to laugh.
Here are a few of the questions and answers from our game testers:
Q: Where would you like to go on vacation this year?
A: The bus stop on the corner.
Q: How many children do you have?
A: Cherries, bananas, and strawberries.
Q: Are you a morning person or a night person?
A: I’m a cat person.
Answer the Question
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