Form of organisation: entire group
Materials: paper, pen
Description of the game:
All students write their name on a piece of paper. Subsequently they crumple the paper in their hand to a “snowball” and use it for a snowball fight that lasts about one minute. Then each student picks up a snowball and must find the person whose name is stated on the paper. If a student guesses the wrong person twice, the right person identifies himself. Should a student have found the right person, this person shortly introduces himself (if possible) and then tries to guess the person whose name is stated on his sheet.
Inhibitions will be overcome by romping around during the snow fight. Afterwards, children find it easier to approach each other.