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Team Building - Telephone Pictionary

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Easy group activity to get to know each other and have some fun.

Easy group activity to get to know each other and have some fun.

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  • Telephone Pictionary for iOS has now been released if you are interested! Feel free to pass this along to all those who love the game! http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/telephone-pictionary/id445636089?mt=8
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  • 1. Telephone Pictionary
    Duration: 15 minutes
    Participants: Groups of 5-10
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 2. Instructions
    Each participant will receive a stack of paper which they will use to create a story by alternating between writing and drawing.
    Don’t worry about your artistic abilities, you won’t be graded on it 
    Don’t look at any of the other sheets in your stack of papers.
    Most importantly...
    Have fun!
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 3. #1 – The Starting Sentence
    On the top sheet of paper, write a sentence or phrase. It can be your favorite or least favorite cliché, advice your mother gave you, a memorable line from a movie, or for real team-building magic, a line that describes your personality.
    Example:
    “Hindsight is 20/20”
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 4. #2 – The First Drawing
    Now, pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.
    Read the sentence passed to you, move it to the back of the stack, and draw a visual interpretation of that sentence.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 5. #3 – The Remaining Panels
    Pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.
    With the new stack, look at the picture and write down your text interpretation of that image. Do NOT look at the original sentence.
    Repeat these steps, passing to the left, until the stack of paper gets back to the original owners.
    “Eyes in the back of your head.”
    “No more talking for you!”
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 6. #4 – Put It All Together
    “Hindsight is 20/20”
    Spread out all of the sheets of paper in order and see if you can tell some type of story with the sentences and images.
    Share good stories or the best / worst interpretations with the rest of the people at your table.
    “Eyes in the back of your head.”
    “No more talking for you!”
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 7. Credits
    Created by Humor That Workshttp://www.humorthatworks.com