3:41:51 AM




Freeze Walk

Type:

All up and moving

View other tools of this type.

Wake Up!

View other tools of this type.

Benefits:

Non-verbal communication

View other tools with this benefit.

Listening with your body

View other tools with this benefit.

Give and take

View other tools with this benefit.

Concentration

View other tools with this benefit.

Description:
Everyone quietly mills about the room. One person will elect to freeze in position unexpectedly. As soon as one notices that someone else has frozen in position they freeze as well. So the effect of one person freezing causes everyone to freeze. Once everyone is completely still, someone decides to begin milling around again. The goal is to see how quickly the group can freeze in position.

Tips:
This is good to slip in after a video or slides or if you notice the group slipping away. It wakes them up without being noisy. This can be made more interesting by having the players make noises as they move around. Increasingly noisy characters make it harder and harder to notice the group stop, and therefore makes it more challenging.

Discussion:
What did you think?

<< Back to list


Click here for
printer-friendly
version of
Freeze Walk

 

 

©2003 Karen Stobbe and "In The Moment". Material may be freely distributed with proper accreditation.