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Remote-Friendly Improv Games for Teams
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“7 Things”
Adaptability
Decision Making
A category is chosen for a team member who then must list 7 things in that category while everyone counts. Then a new category is chosen for the next team member, etc.
Category: Favorite foods; Pandemic hobbies; Pet names
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“Elimination”
Listening
Decision Making
A category is chosen, and each team member has to say something in that category when pointed to (in no particular order). If they stall or repeat, they are eliminated until only one person remains.
Category: Modes of transportation
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“Expert”
Decision Making
Creative Thinking
Communication
A team member is selected to be the “expert” that specializes in one particular subject, decided by the group. The expert fields questions from the rest of the group, and whatever they say is true.
Subject: Extraterrestrial activity
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“Famous Last Words”
Creative Thinking
Listening
A volunteer suggests a famous (living or dead) person or character in a movie, cartoon, or song. Players line up and invent “famous last words” for that famous person/character.
Person: Jim Carrey; Famous Last Words: “Somebody stopped me!”
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“One Word Story”
Communication
Listening
Problem Solving
Each person in the group goes around and contributes one word (or punctuation mark) at a time to create a story. The moderator stops the exercise at a natural ending point.
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“Say It Differently”
Adaptability
Communication
Decision Making
One by one, try to say the same thing but use different words than the person(s) who went prior.
Topic: Breaking up with someone; Each person in the group has to break up with someone differently
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“This Just In”
Creative Thinking
Decision Making
A topic is chosen, and each person shares a creative headline related to that topic, starting with “This Just In”
Topic: Working From Home; Headline: “This Just In ー The Cat Sat on My Keyboard, Again”
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“Tips”
Creative Thinking
Problem Solving
A category is chosen and one by one, each team member shares a different tip.
Category: Tips for Superheroes; Tip: “Don’t wear too long of a cape, because it could get caught in a jet engine!”
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“What Are You Doing?”
Adaptability
Creative Thinking
Decision Making
First player steps forward and starts miming an activity. As soon as the activity is clear, Player 2 approaches and asks, “What are you doing?” Player 1 answers something that has nothing to do with what they are actually doing, and then Player 2 takes over miming that activity until it is clear. Player 3 asks player 2, “What are you doing?” etc.
If player 1 is miming cutting someone’s hair, when asked what they’re doing, they might say “I’m reading the newspaper.” Player 1 leaves, and Player 2 starts miming reading a newspaper, etc.
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“World’s Worst”
Creative Thinking
Decision Making
A category is chosen, and each person shares what the worst version of it would be.
Category: New Soda Flavor; World’s Worst: “Hot Dog Relish”
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