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Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
Player One creates a sentence that uses an adjective. Player Two
repeats the first sentence replacing the adjective with another appropriate describing word.
Player Two then creates a new sentence that passes to Player Three.
Player Three replaces the adjective in Player Two's sentence and creates a new sentence.
Player One: I saw a tiny dog jump over a fence.
Player Two: I saw a faster dog jump over a fence. My brown eyes are crying.
Player Three: My stinging eyes are crying. The first boy grabbed the ball.
You can find information about adjectives here:
I saw a tiny dog jump.
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Play an I spy game that uses length, width and height relationships. For example a person who was thinking of the refrigerator as an I spy item might say, "I spy with my little eye, something that is tall and has a width and length that are about the same."
Not every item will include all three attributes. A cupboard door could be described this way, "I spy with my little eye something that is twice as high as it is wide."
Note: the property described in this game as length, could also be called depth by some people.
I'm thinking of something tall but just a little bit wider than it is deep.
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