Zip Zap Zop
Stand in a circle. Someone begins by pointing to another person in the circle and saying "ZIP!" That person then points to yet another person and says "ZAP!" That person points to another person and says "ZOP!" This continues, but the words must be said in order: ZIP, ZAP, ZOP. If someone makes a mistake and says a word out of order, that person is out of the game.
-This version makes it a Name Game: Someone begins by pointing to another person in the circle and saying "her name". That person then points to yet another person and says the previous name and "her name". That person points to another person and says the first 2 names and "her name". This continues, but the names must be said in order: Lisa, Sheree, Kim. If someone makes a mistake and says a name out of order, that person is out of the game.
-Instead of putting someone out of the game, make the whole group yell "WRONG!" and point at the one making a mistake. The participant that made the mistake has to step into the middle of the circle and say "I made a mistake". Notice the difference in the way people tell they made a mistake. Do they say it laughing, are they a bit angry, do they protest, are they confident or shy, do they say it like a little child that did something naughty, etc...
- Sit in a circle. One person starts by turning to the person (either direction) next to them and saying Zip. The Zip is passed around in the same direction until someone says Zap, which acts as a reverse. The Zoop is used for anyone in the circle, said and directed using eye contact and body language for the other person to pick up and respond with a Zip, Zap, or Zoop!