Matching Proverbs

Familiar proverbs are divided into groups of three or four words. These

are distributed among the guests. There should be at least two words,

and preferably more, on each slip. Each individual then seeks to find

those others holding the words which complete his proverb.

Example--The proverb, "A stitch in time saves nine", is chosen. On one

sheet of paper is put "A stitch"; on another "in time"; and on another

"saves nine".

When the individuals necessary to make the complete proverb have

gathered together, they represent their proverb by pantomime to the


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