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This is one of our riddle games in which the trainer comes up with a situation of which the participants may guess what happened by asking questions which can be answered with a simple yes or no.
This way the participants learn to ask questions as effectively as possible and learn to come to a solution together.
During the Riddle games exercise the trainer can applies various variations.
Next to thrilling situation you can also come up with more light hearted situation.
For example when you do the exercise with children for whom it;s to exciting to play the thrilling situations.
When you work with a big group you can divide the group into smaller groups and walk from one group to the other.
Each group asks you a yes/no question and you answer it.
When you walk to the next group the group that just asked a question can discuss the answer and thinks of a new question to ask. The group that guessed the the cause of the situation the fastest wins the game.
When the team doesn’t have any inspiration to come up with a situation you can buy game:
These are cards which contains a out of thrilling and exciting situation with on the back of course the answer.
You can can sort out the cards to the team.
This way any team member has a situation to tell and knows the answer so he can answer the yes/no questions from his fellow team members.
Do you know some good variation? Type them below as a comment.
And guess what happened with romeo and Julia by asking questions which I can answer with yes or no!
The situation: Romeo and Julia are lying in a puddle of water dead on the ground between pieces of glass. The window is open and the wind howls.
Do you know a good variation to this Riddle games exercise? Type it below this video as a comment!
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