Difference between revisions of "Crazy Handshakes"

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Split the group into pairs. Each pair is directed to develop and practice a creative handshake. Once each pair has a handshake, the pair splits and each individual partners with another group member. The newly formed pair then teaches each other the original handshakes and together creates a new handshake. When each pair comes together, ask them to introduce themselves. Repeat a third time asking partners to share all of the handshakes previously learned and then recall the group into a circle. Ask for volunteers to share all of the handshakes learned.
 
Split the group into pairs. Each pair is directed to develop and practice a creative handshake. Once each pair has a handshake, the pair splits and each individual partners with another group member. The newly formed pair then teaches each other the original handshakes and together creates a new handshake. When each pair comes together, ask them to introduce themselves. Repeat a third time asking partners to share all of the handshakes previously learned and then recall the group into a circle. Ask for volunteers to share all of the handshakes learned.
  
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Latest revision as of 20:33, 10 September 2014

Objectives

Icebreakers/Warmups


Group Size

Small

Materials

Set Up

None

Directions

Split the group into pairs. Each pair is directed to develop and practice a creative handshake. Once each pair has a handshake, the pair splits and each individual partners with another group member. The newly formed pair then teaches each other the original handshakes and together creates a new handshake. When each pair comes together, ask them to introduce themselves. Repeat a third time asking partners to share all of the handshakes previously learned and then recall the group into a circle. Ask for volunteers to share all of the handshakes learned.

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