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Chose a colorful bag, something that catches the eye, silk, or any other fabric that feels good to the touch. You don`t want to be able to see through the bag. It might have a rope so that you can tie it shut.
Find random objects, such as kitchen utensils, keys, padlock, sun glasses, can of soup, feather, button, pen, various tools, bobbin, spool, yarn, zipper, clothes pin, hole puncher, the list can go on and one. I am aware that you all have a vivid imagination.
Sometimes we change it up and put nothing, but there is still air in the bag (haha!)
You can put in one object at a time, or more.
They can either try to guess the object, say what the object can be used for, or count the objects in the bag. Without looking in the bag. Timer is provided as some individuals just need to figure out what that object is!
You can have various alternate options on how you can add some flare to it.
The participants love this game, clues can be supplied if needed, allowing for a successful round of guessing.
It is great if they can retain what they have felt to keep silent until the last person has the opportunity to feel the bag. A piece of paper can be supplied so they can write it down if they feel comfortable doing so. This adds another dynamic to the game, retaining their writing abilities.
Kudos again to you, on all of the wonderful resources you provide!
'Patchwork Grocery Bag' by Michelle availabe at https://www.flickr.com/photos/keykalou/17339661818/
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