ROLLER COASTER IMPROV

Emily Hunt of the Washington District Library wrote in and submitted this game on the Stash. Emily… you are our first librarian to submit a game… makes me happy!!!! Here is how you play according to Emily.

This is a great game to play with large or medium size groups. Ask for four volunteers to play the game to display their acting skills. Take them out of the room and tell them to give their best performance on a rollar coaster (clicking going up the track, big drops, etc.) but tell them they must stay on their chairs at all times.

Have a leader in with the rest of the group tell the remaining students that the volunteers are going to be acting like they are on the toilet (whether you tell the group that they think they’re acting like they’re on a rollar coaster is up to you).

This game provides hilarious results. Just make sure you pick someone who won’t be embarassed with the outcome.

Unfortunately, you can only play the game every couple of years once you have new kids. Image adapted via.









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2 Responses to “ROLLER COASTER IMPROV”

  1. Ron February 23, 2011 at 3:10 pm #

    This can also be done with one person, instead of a rollercoaster, tell the person they are acting like they are riding a motorcycle. You can even ask them questions, like, “Have you ever left a skidmark?”

  2. Austin December 28, 2011 at 12:46 pm #

    we’ve done this before as well, but with three volunteers. the first improvs riding a roller coaster. the second, flying a jet. the third, competing in a rodeo.

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