字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント In this video, we introduce fruit salad, a group game to make class more fun, boast energy and allow students to get to know each other better. Teachers can play the game with kids eight years or older and with group sizes from 8 to 30 one, session can take 5 to 30 minutes, and all you need is a room. And some chairs start with all students sitting in a circle and the student with the most recent birthday standing in the middle. Then the students standing asks a question that can be answered with yes or no Younger Children might ask, Do you like vanilla ice cream? Or do you like to get up early? Older players air often more personal like Did you ever kiss anyone? Did you ever do something your parents would not allow all students who would answer the question with Yes, get up immediately and try to find a new chair without speaking their answers out loud. They can pick any chair except their own or the ones right next to them. Okay, while everybody is up looking for a new seat, the aim of the player in the middle is to catch a free chair player who doesn't catch a chair is next to stand in the middle and ask a question. If the player in the middle cannot think of any spontaneous question, he simply shouts fruit salad and all kids get up and change place. The game is fast to set up a fund to play, and students love it because we get to know each other better. If you are a teacher, please give it a truck and tell us how it works for you. If you are a student or parent, ask your teacher to give it a try.