What You Need:
- 3 people
- A blindfold
- Choose one person to be the first “listener.”
- Have the “listener” stand in the center of the room, and put on a blindfold.
- Another player then goes to any area of the room they choose and claps.
- The blindfolded person points to the area they think they heard the claps coming from.
- If he points in the wrong direction, he gets an “x” marked on a sheet.
- If he points in the right direction of the clap, he receives a check mark.
- Repeat this ten times, and have the player who claps move to different parts of the room each time.
- After ten tries, the game becomes harder. The blindfolded person now has to cover one ear with his hand and try to guess the direction of ten more claps.
- Everyone takes a turn at the game.
- The object is to see how well you can hear, and how covering an ear affects your ability to sense direction.
Submitted by Ryle