Type of strategy: Brainstorming and DiscussionHumor and CelebrationMovement
Use to help stimulate creativity and brain activity
In pairs, or small groups up to 5.
Person one starts by pantomiming an action/activity (i.e. brushing teeth)
Person two asks, "What are you doing?"
Person one responds by saying an action/activity that is different than what he/she is doing, (i.e. “riding a bike”)
The next person starts to pantomime riding a bike.
Repeat this until the time is up.
Eric Jensen in Arts with the Brain in Mind states that, “brain research has increasingly shown that the bodily-kinesthetic arts contribute to the development and enhancement of critical neurobiological systems including cognition, emotions, immune, circulatory, and perceptual-motor.”