Aim of the Game: To follow a partner's movement in a mirror
• To pay attention to movements and actions
• Ask the Scouts to find a partner and form a circle of pairs.
• Tell them that the activity is a mirror game activity and ask them to follow the following instructions:
- Face each other,
- Assign each other as A and B.
• On the first round, A plays “the person” and B plays “the mirror”; then they reverse roles.
• Encourage them to make as many movements as possible for their mirror images to follow, beginning with facial expressions, then body movements.
• After two rounds, ask the Scouts to sit in a circle and begin discussing the experiences.
• What can you say about the activity?
• When you were the mirror, how were you able to keep up with the movement of the person you were reflecting?
• In our everyday life situations, when do we need to reflect each other's actions or emotions and why?