101 More Drama Games

101 More Drama Games and Activities

This drama game is taken from 101 MORE Drama Games and Activities by David Farmer available now in paperback and Kindle.
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Sitting in a circle, the first player says a random word. The next player says an unrelated word. The following player has to give a definition as though the two words were the name of an object. For example, let’s imagine that Billy says “water-skis” and Linda says “spaghetti”. Malcolm might say, “Water-ski spaghetti is a new kind of pasta that you eat underwater” – or “Water-ski spaghetti is when you get the lines from the boat tangled up and you fall off your skis” – or anything else he thinks of.

Continue around the circle with another two words and a definition – and so on all the way round.

 

  • To keep players on their toes, pick people randomly from anywhere in the circle to give the two words and then the definition.
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