I Love My Neighbor!

by Ashley
(ohio)

Everyone sits in a circle on chairs except the person who is "it". The person "it" says....


I love my neighbor especially when they.....

"it" fills in the blank with something that applies to him/ her and everyone to whom that applies gets up and runs into a different seat,
"it" included.

Whoever isn't in a seat, or rather, is left standing, is the new "it".

(Suggested things to say.... I love my neighbor especially when they..... wear shoes, have ear rings in, are 15 years old, live on a farm.)

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Do you like your neighbor?

by Maggie
(CT)

Leader stand in middle of circle and asks one person - "Do you like your neighbor?"

If person says yes, then everybody in circle moves two seats to the right. If person says no, then leader says, "What do you look for in a neighbor?" Person says (for example) "Someone wearing jeans." Then everyone wearing jeans gets up and finds a seat to switch with someone else.

Leader tries to steal someones seat while they are all up. The one left standing is the new leader.

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Do You Love Your Neighbor?

by Royce
(Bay City Baptist)

Form the group in a circle with one person in the middle. Middle man asks someone on the circle, "do you love your neighbor"? circle man has 2 choices

1)No- at that point neighbors on each side exchange places while middle man tries to get in one of their seats before they can. whoever doesn't have a seat becomes middle man.choice

2)Yes I love my neighbor, but I don't like (at this point circle man may choose anything people are wearing,the color of their hair, age, city they live in etc.) If you are on the circle and this fits you, you must move from your seat to another open seat, while middle man tries to get in a vacant seat.

Whoever is left standing becomes middle man.

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