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Here is the place to compose, preview, and hone your fine words. If you are building this site, maybe edit this page to customize this wee bit of text.

Enter the content for your contribution below. You must save first and preview once before it goes into the system as a draft. After that, continue to edit, save, and preview as much as needed. Remember to click "Publish Now" when you are ready for your work to be published. If you include your email address, we can send you a link that will allow you to make changes later. Otherwise you should finish your writing and publish it in this session.
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A good title is important! Create a descriptive, clear title for your activity, one that would make a person who sees it understand what it is and what it is useful for achieving.


If you would like to be listed as the author of this activity, list your name (full name or just first name) here. List "anonymous" if you do not want your name to be public. You are crediting yourself/yourselves as the author of this entry. You can credit the creator of the exercise/activity/game in the footer.

Please list: -Description, clear and concise -Number of participants (ex. 5-10) -Age (5-95) -Materials needed -What is made possible (ex. people begin to trust each other) -Time required (5-10 minutes)

See details on the formatting tools in the editing tool tips.

If you learned this activity from someone else or another source, list that here (name of book, artist, website...).

thumbnail image to represent featured one for this item

You can upload any image file to be used in the header. Take a horizontal/landscape photo. Any uploaded image should either be your own or one licensed for re-use; provide an attribution credit for the image in the caption field below.

Drag file or click to select file to upload

Provide full credit / attribution for the header image-- the name of the person who took the photo or the name of the class if you want your name to be anonymous.

Check as many that apply.


Activities
Competitive Games
Opening/Closing
Warm-ups

Please check existing tags and consider choosing from one of them. Only create a new tag if an appropriate tag doesn't exist in the list.


If you provide an email address when your writing is published, you can request a special link that will allow you to edit it again in the future. You must provide an email address if you would like the option of editing this entry in the future.

This information will *not* be published with your work, it is informational for the editor use only. If you listed yourself as anonymous, please let us know your name here so we can give you credit on this assignment.

Save your first draft, then preview.
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