One, Two, Three
Fatima in Pakistan played this game at a Play Day where boys and girls come together. They have fun and get to know each other, soon realising that they have a lot more in common than tradition usually allows. Now she is playing it with her brothers at home.
Winter Olympian and Right To Play Ambassador, Akwasi Frimpong takes on this Right To Play game with his family. Check out the video above and play along!
- Ages: Suitable for all ages.
- Goal of the game: Concentrate, be creative and have fun.
- What You Need: Nothing.
How to Play
- Face a partner. Player A counts "one", Player B counts "two", Player A counts "three", Player B counts "one" and so on. Repeat several times always following the sequence one, two, three and get faster if you can.
- Then replace "one" with a gesture and sound (e.g. a waving hand and a whooping sound)
- After several rounds replace "two" also with a different gesture and sound and later on "three" as well.
- What did you find easy and difficult in this game?
- Why is it important to be creative in life?