Participants stand in a large circle with one volunteer in the middle. Participants in the circle extend their right hands out toward the middle of the circle. Someone on the outside starts by calling out the name of someone else standing in the circle. The volunteer then works to find that person on the outside of the circle and tag their extended hand before that person (whose name has been called) can call out someone else's name. If that person calls out someone else's name first, the volunteer then tries to find that person. Continue until the volunteer tags someone before another name is called. That person then becomes the tagger in the middle.
Describe: Was this game hard or easy? Why?
Analyze: How well do we know each other's names? What can we do to improve?
Relate: Why do you think we need to know one another's names in class?