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Isn’t What It Seems

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  1. Start with a tabletop or tray filled with small, easily manipulated objects such as keys, a comb, a box of tissue and a picture frame.
  2. One by one participants select an object and pantomime using it in any way other than its intended purpose. For example one could use a comb to slice a loaf of bread or dig a hole.
  3. Continue this until everyone has had a chance to use an object.

VARIATIONS You can have all the participants stand in a circle and pass one object around. Each person must use the object in a new and original way.

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