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Brainteasers I went online and pulled out 15 riddles, some easy, some nearly impossible. Then I posted them all over the floor on a Sunday night. The first resident to turn in all 15 answers by Friday, or the resident with the most correct answers…Continue reading »
Trivia Night – Received Very Well
This program was received very well by my residents and was full of energy the whole time. The residents were asked split into teams of three, making six teams ( but that is up to you) and asked several trivia questions. I picked a variety…Continue reading »
SEVEN ELEVENS: Have group get into a circle on the floor. A volunteer from the circle will start the game by saying, “one.” The person to his or her right counts off the next number loud enough so everyone can hear him/her. The game continues…Continue reading »
Listening Skills Drawings
LISTENING SKILLS DRAWINGS: You will need a piece of paper and a writing utensil for each particpant. You also will need two different diagrams for each pair. Have partners sit back to back and decide who will be the “listener” and who will be the…Continue reading »
TRAFFIC JAM: Divide the group depending on how many people there are. The groups need to be of even numbers of six, eight, etc. If there is an odd number of people have them help facilitate the activity and them switch off. To set up…Continue reading »