I See, I See!
Less Than 10 minutes
Students are able to unleash their potential for creativity. Because there really is not a wrong way for the students to do any action incorrect, they are developing self-confidence as well as awareness that everyone has an equal ability to participate.
Before You Start
- Make sure the students know to NOT make any body contact with each other (to prevent injury).
- Students need to also know where they can walk so that none of them are wondering off where they are not supposed to be.
Can be played outside, in a gym or in a classroom. Get the students attention with attention getters. Again, demonstrate the boundaries of the space and their own physical boundaries.
How to Play
- Students begin walking around in the designated area. (Make the walk fun: have them do a cool walk, slow-mo walk, zombie walk, etc.)
- When Coach says the words “I See, I See,” the students freeze.
- After the students freeze, they will ask Coach, “What do you see?”
- Coach will then say, “I See ______.” The blank can be anything.
- Whatever Coach says, the students act it out in the designated area.
An example dialogue for the game:
COACH: “I See, I See!!”
STUDENTS: “What do you see?”
COACH: “I see a superhero flying in the sky!”
[Students then act like superheroes flying in the sky.]
- After the students have successfully acted, Coach will then repeat the phrase, “I See, I See,” and the game will continue in the same type of action/dialogue, but with a new action.