As The Spirit Moves You This a great focus game. Everyone sits in a circle and closes their eyes. The objective of this game is to count from 1 (to however many students are in the circle). The catch is you cannot talk, and each person can only say one number. If two people speak at the same time, then the group starts over. Giants, Wizards, Trolls Think of this game like life sized rock, paper, scissors. The setup of this game is to split the class in half and move them to different sides of the room. The rules are simple, giants beat wizards, wizards beat trolls, and trolls beat giants. The round begins by each side stomping towards the middle chanting a goofy phrase, and then they reveal what "class" they are by doing that classes action. If one side is giants and the other is wizards then the giants chase after the wizards and if a wizard is tagged they go to the giants side and the game continues. Lots of fun for impersonating characters. Will You Smile For Me? This game is simple and always a good laugh. The setup for this is to have everyone stand in a circle while one person is it. There goal is to go around the circle asking the question "Will You Smile for Me?" in the goofiest way possible. They are trying to get kids on the outside of the circle to smile, making them it. Hope these help, good luck with your year!