Students stand in a circle. Invite everyone to think of a motion or gesture representing something they like to do. Once participants are ready, go around the circle allowing each person to say their name and share the gesture. The participant says, "My name is _____, and I like to [does motion without saying anything]." The group repeats back: "Your name is ______, and you like to [do motion without saying anything]."
Participant: My name is Nora and I like to [does jogging motion in place].
Group: Your name is Nora and you like to [everyone does jogging motion in place].
Go around the circle until everyone has shared a name and motion.
Describe: What types of things do we like?
Analyze: What did we learn about the group?
Relate: How might knowing more about one another help us in class?
"It's okay if more than one person likes to do the same thing." "You may add a sound effect to your action but no real words."