No. 5 Back-to-Back Drawing
This is a good activity for improving communication. The first thing to do is divide your group into pairs, and have each pair sit on the floor back to back. Each person in each pair should receive a picture of a shape, and the other person of the pair, should receive a pencil and pad of paper. Then, the action begins. Everyone holding a picture has to give verbal instructions to their partners on how to draw the shape but, of course, without actually telling which shape it is. When finishing, each pair should compare their original shape to the drawing, and consider how they worked together, and where they could’ve improved in their communication.