How to play the Three As
Bring all of the players together around a table or in a living room.
Pass out three post-it-notes to each player (Note I tore off the sticky part of the post-it-note to make it easier to open
Pass out writing pen to each person.
Once everyone has a post-it-note and pen. Ask each person to write on one post-it-note
Next, fold each of the pieces of paper and place into a basket or a bowl
Time to play
In round one, you can say Any word to get the team to guess the word on the card
Timer: Set timer for 40 seconds
Team A will start first
Team B player will hold the basket for Team A
Team A will try to get her team to guess the word on the card. If they get the word correct, then toss the card on the floor or on the table. If the word is not guess or if the player wants to pass, the word goes back into the basket.
After the 40 seconds, it is now Team B to guess the words. The player for Team B will try to get his team to guess as many words as possible by only saying words. Remeber no acting. Follow the same rules as Team A.
When time is up for both groups, mark down how many words were correctly guessed by each team.
A new team player will come up to the front of the room. Repeat the process until all of the words are out of the basket.
For round two, the players can only Act out the words.
To start round two, replace all of the guess words back into the basket. When the team members come up to the front of the room, they will be only able to act out the word. Repeat the same proceess as listed above for round one. Once all of the words are guessed, count up the number correct for each team.
For round three, the team player will give one word and and the team can only give one answer. Same rules and procedures from round one and round two are still in place. This time though, the player can give only one word and the team can only give one answer.
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Marcia Kish - Blended and Personalized Learning coach that designed the Three Phases of Blended Learning