Let's Mime

Price
£20.75
ISBN: 
9780863888458
Published: 
Jun 2000
Code: 
0034609

Let's Mime is a simple non-competitive charades game for groups of two or more people of any age. Use it with a particular communication outcome in mind, or play it just for fun.

  • Entirely non-verbal, players simply mime the actions depicted on the cards.
  • The game can be adapted to include verbal activities, such as describing the action on the card for a group to guess, or for finding key words relating to the image on the card.
  • 72 lovely cartoon illustrations.

Age: 5+

Contents

80 cards each measuring 74 x 114mm, instructions & ideas, boxed

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P&P to Europe
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Under £25
£3.50
£13.00
£18.00
Between £25-£50
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£13.00
£18.00
Over £50
£8.75
£27.00
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Published reviews

“Can be used as a fun warm-up activity or in a therapeutic way. It is likely that those working with adolescents or teenage children or in a social skills setting may be able to use these within their working environment.” -
Jill Manning, NAPOT

“Suitable for both small and large groups and would work well as a group warm-up activity  or as the focus of a social group...these cards are a relatively inexpensive resource for any department and would be of value to anyone who wishes to promote social interaction or the development of communication skills...”
 Diane Chandler, Head Occupational Therapist Eastbourne and County NHS Trust, Therapy Weekly