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Telephone Pictionary<br />Duration: 15 minutes<br />Participants: Groups of 5-10<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />htt...
Instructions<br />Each participant will receive a stack of paper which they will use to create a story by alternating betw...
#1 – The Starting Sentence<br />On the top sheet of paper, write a sentence or phrase. It can be your favorite or least fa...
#2 – The First Drawing<br />Now, pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.<br />Read the sentence passed to you...
#3 – The Remaining Panels<br />Pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.<br />With the new stack, look at the p...
#4 – Put It All Together<br />“Hindsight is 20/20”<br />Spread out all of the sheets of paper in order and see if you can ...
Credits<br />Created by Humor That Workshttp://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
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Team Building - Telephone Pictionary

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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. 1. Telephone Pictionary<br />Duration: 15 minutes<br />Participants: Groups of 5-10<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  2. 2. Instructions<br />Each participant will receive a stack of paper which they will use to create a story by alternating between writing and drawing.<br />Don’t worry about your artistic abilities, you won’t be graded on it <br />Don’t look at any of the other sheets in your stack of papers.<br />Most importantly...<br />Have fun!<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  3. 3. #1 – The Starting Sentence<br />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.<br />Example:<br />“Hindsight is 20/20”<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  4. 4. #2 – The First Drawing<br />Now, pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.<br />Read the sentence passed to you, move it to the back of the stack, and draw a visual interpretation of that sentence.<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  5. 5. #3 – The Remaining Panels<br />Pass the stack of papers to the person to your left.<br />With the new stack, look at the picture and write down your text interpretation of that image. Do NOT look at the original sentence.<br />Repeat these steps, passing to the left, until the stack of paper gets back to the original owners.<br />“Eyes in the back of your head.”<br />“No more talking for you!”<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  6. 6. #4 – Put It All Together<br />“Hindsight is 20/20”<br />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.<br />Share good stories or the best / worst interpretations with the rest of the people at your table.<br />“Eyes in the back of your head.”<br />“No more talking for you!”<br />Created by Humor That Works<br />http://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
  7. 7. Credits<br />Created by Humor That Workshttp://www.humorthatworks.com<br />
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