- Slides: 12
Don’t laugh or smile! RULES 1. You must keep your eyes open 2. You must look straight ahead 3. You must stay seated 4. Other people cannot touch you 5. Time begins after your introduction
Rabbit/Duck/Elephant n 1. Each animal is made up of three gestures: one for the head, one the body, and one the tail n 2. One person will be in the middle. They will spin and point to someone. The person in the middle will say the name of an animal.
Rabbit/Duck/Elephant ctd. n 3. The person who was pointed to must IMMEDIATELY make one of the gestures n 4. The people on either side must jump in front and/or behind and make the other gestures n 5. If you are the last one to move or you double, you are in the center
Rabbit/Duck/Elephant ctd 3 n If you are in the middle a second time, you may ADD an animal, like alligator. You must come up with the three gestures.
Big Booty Everyone in a circle. One player is Big Booty. The others, going clockwise, are numbered: 1, 2, 3 and so on. Now Big Booty establishes a 4 -beat rhythm, saying Big Booty, Big Booty (followed by a rest) - repeat this until everyone got the rhythm. The game then goes as follows: Big Booty passes the buck to someone else, saying Big Booty to 7 (say) (this takes 2 beats, one for saying `Big Booty` and one for saying `to 7`). Number 7 then passes in 2 beats to, say number 2, saying `7 to 2`. It then continues until someone makes a mistake: if and when that happens everyone says (in 2 beats) `Oh Spit`, after which we repeat Big Booty (+ rest on 4 th beat), twice. After that, the player that made the mistake becomes Big Booty, and everyone`s number changes. New Big Booty starts the game again.
Bibbity Bop n Silly warm-up to get the blood flowing. A players in a circle, one player in the middle. The player in the middle closes his eyes, holds right hand pointing in front of him, and spins around. When done spinning, open your eyes and say, as fast as you can `Bippety Bop`. The player you`re pointing to, and his 2 neighbors, need to build an elephant in less than the time the middle player needs to say `Bippety Bop`. An elephant consists of a trunk, made by the middle player, by holding your nose with one hand, and extending your other arm through the arm that holds the hand that holds the nose (does this make any sense? ). The neighboring players each form a big ear, using both arms. Don`t forget to attach the ears to the elephant`s head.
Bibbity Bop 2 n n n Any player that cannot get his/her part done by the time the middle player does `Bippety Bop` becomes `it` and takes place in the middle of the circle. Variations You can really invent any object or create to replace the elephant. Try a car, with 2 wheels and a set of wind screen wipers a cow, with an udder and 2 horns a washing machine, with 2 players building a `box` with both arms, and the middle player waving her arms in a circle in front of her. All go `rumble`
What are you doing? n n n The person starting turns to the peson on their right and asks “What are you doing”? That person replies with an action word (“I’m doing the laundry”) The ASKER then begins to mime the action The person who was asked then turns to the person on THEIR right and does the same thing You are out if you repeat, stall or waffle, or do the action when you are asked.
Bird, Beast or Fish n You have to think fast for this game. Everyone sits facing the leader. The leader points to one of the players and says either "BIRD, " "BEAST, " or "FISH. " The chosen player must come up with the name of an animal that fits the category before the leader counts to ten. No repeating! If the player does not respond in time, she is out. The game continues until only one player remains. As you can guess, after a few rounds it can be hard to think of an animal that has not already been mentioned!
Dubbing n One person provides the voice n One person provides the body n The “body” tries to move his/her voice in synch with what is being said.
Opera Dubbing n Just like dubbing, someone is the voice, someone is the body. n This time a RANDOM song is played or sung and the body tries to move their mouth in synch to the words.
SUMMATIVE PERFORMANCE Concentration n Choose from – What are you doing? – Dubbing – Opera Dubbing