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The Daisy Chain

Ivan Martinez would like to start his classes by forming a large circle.  He would ask for a volunteer and then ask that person to give their name and where they were from.  Then the next person would get up and give the previous students name as well as their name.  Each time a new person would get up they would have to give all the names of the people before them.  The original person who volunteered would not have to remember the names, but according to Ivan the volunteer would insist on giving the names of everyone in the class.  This is a great ice breaker.

 


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