Target Themes: Embracing Potential, Self-Awareness, Building Relationships, All Together Supplies: One jar of Play-Doh per team, Play-Doh Pictionary Cards
This game is just like the classic game Pictionary, in which players to guess an object being drawn by one of their teammates, except that instead of using paper and pencils, players shape objects out of Play-Doh. Begin by dividing the group into teams of 5-7 people and explain the rules:
There is absolutely no running. Everyone must walk.
Play-Doh sculptors may not talk
Play-Doh Sculptors may not use symbols, letters, words, and/or charades to help their team guess
Give each group one container of Play-Doh and place them at tables or on the floor approximately equidistant from the facilitator. Tell each team to choose a sculptor for the first round and send that person to the facilitator. The facilitator will reveal a Play-Doh Pictionary card (with the name of an object), and sculptors must walk back to their team. Using the Play-Doh, sculptors try to get their team to guess the object. After a team member guesses correctly, the next person in line walks to the facilitator for the next card. This continues until every person on the team has had a chance to be the sculptor. Play as many rounds as time allows.
Variation: Instead of having people walk back and forth to the facilitator, set up cards at each team’s station. Each player takes one card and the team keeps playing until they go through either all players or all the cards.