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'''Count to 20''' is a concentration warmup.
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Players form a tight circle and place their arms around the shoulders or waists of the people next to them. Everyone shuts his/her eyes. Someone says "one," someone else says "two." If two people say a number at the same time, the group starts over at one.
 
Players form a tight circle and place their arms around the shoulders or waists of the people next to them. Everyone shuts his/her eyes. Someone says "one," someone else says "two." If two people say a number at the same time, the group starts over at one.
  
 
==Purpose==
 
==Purpose==
 
To calm a group down before a show. To practice patience. To find a mysterious natural pace of the group mind.
 
To calm a group down before a show. To practice patience. To find a mysterious natural pace of the group mind.
 
  
 
==Variations==
 
==Variations==
Players can substitute in any random word for a number. "One" "Two" "Doghouse" "Four."
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*Players can substitute in any random word for a number. "One" "Two" "Doghouse" "Four."
 
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*Who Is Gay: Players can use the first or last names of celebrities (who do not have to actually be gay) to go through the alphabet. "'''A'''aron Eckhart" "Angela '''B'''assett" "'''C'''arl Monday"
  
  
 
[[Category:Warm Ups]]
 
[[Category:Warm Ups]]

Latest revision as of 10:46, 11 November 2008

Count to 20 is a concentration warmup.

Players form a tight circle and place their arms around the shoulders or waists of the people next to them. Everyone shuts his/her eyes. Someone says "one," someone else says "two." If two people say a number at the same time, the group starts over at one.

Purpose

To calm a group down before a show. To practice patience. To find a mysterious natural pace of the group mind.

Variations

  • Players can substitute in any random word for a number. "One" "Two" "Doghouse" "Four."
  • Who Is Gay: Players can use the first or last names of celebrities (who do not have to actually be gay) to go through the alphabet. "Aaron Eckhart" "Angela Bassett" "Carl Monday"