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The group then can talk about any of the interesting things they just learned about the new person.
Have everyone sit in a circle with you in the center.
The person in the middle says, “I Love my Neighbor because..
[insert any description you like].” Example: “I love my neighbor because they are wearing blue.” Then everybody in the circle who is wearing blue gets up and moves around the circle to the next available marker (book bag, etc.) that every one is sitting on.
This continues until the last person goes around the entire group and repeats everyone’s name and animal.The person who does not find a marker to sit on is in the middle and becomes the next caller. Divide the group into pairs – try to mix the group into pairs of folks who don’t know each other well. Ask the participants to introduce themselves to their partner. Instruct the group that from this point forward, speaking is not allowed. Once all of the partners have finished miming to each other, call everyone back into a circle. Ask for each pair to verbally introduce their partner to the group, as well as the three things that they learned (or think they learned).This includes whispering, mouthing words, and making sounds! Inform the group that they must tell their partner three things about themselves without speaking (similar to a charades game). This activity is great for the first day or whenever your group has free time.The group then has to agree on which fact they think is a lie.Once the group announces their decision, the speaker tells the group the correct answer.