A. Say this: We’re going to play a game called Blind Man’s Bluff, so find a partner and pair up in groups of two. Now, decide which of you will be the blind man. The blind person will have to go across the room with their eyes closes without running into or stepping on any of the obstacles (chairs, desks, pieces of paper, etc.) The partners will provide verbal instructions for where to go.
B. Send all the “blind men” to the far side of the room, and have them close their eyes (blindfolds may be necessary) while the other teammates rearrange the room and put obstacles in place.
C. Say this: Okay, the room has been re-arranged, and when I say go you must carefully navigate back to your partner. If you step on or run into an obstacle, you and your partner are out. Your partner can give as many verbal directions as necessary but cannot touch you as you walk.
D. Give a candy prize to the winning team, and then play again with the teammates switching roles.
E. Debrief by discussing what it feels like to be responsible and irresponsible.