A Warm Wind Blows

Set up chairs in a circle. Make sure you have one chair less than how many people are playing. So, for example, if 14 people are playing, only include 13 chairs.

Pick someone to be "it". They go to the middle of the circle and state a fact about themselves. For example, "it" would say, "A warm wind blows for anyone who likes to play baseball," if they liked baseball. Anyone who likes baseball would stand up and try to get to a different chair. Whoever is still standing without a chair is the new "it".

You can play this game with any number of people, though larger groups definitely work better. This game is great because there is no winner or loser, and it really helps people get to know the likes/dislikes of other people.

This game is good for all ages.

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