From This Is How You Play
|Age Range||5-8 (grades 1-2), 8-11 (grades 3-5), 11-14 (grades 6-8), 14-18 (grades 9-12), 18+ (adult)|
|Group Size||medium (6-20), large (21+)|
|Setup Time||short (0-5 min)|
|Duration||short (5-10 min)|
|Presentation Style||student led|
Students play a huge game of rock paper scissors where the loser has to support the person they lost to.
This Is How You Play
- Everyone finds a partner.
- Each person and their partner play a game of rock, paper scissors.
- The loser has to cheer for the person they lost to. The loser follows the winner and cheers loudly.
- The winner plays a new person and if the winner loses to the new person, then everyone following the old winner now follows the new winner as a large cheering group.
- The very last round consists of only two people, each with a legion of fans, facing off for the last rock, paper scissor game. The winner of the last round wins the game and everyone cheers for that person.
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