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Two Truths and a Lie



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Have participants sit in a circle. Give them an opportunity to think of three things about themselves, two of which are true and one which is not. Then go around the circle and have each kid say their three things. After a participant states their three things, the other kids must then try to guess which is the lie. In the process you learn two things about them. It is usually best to do an example first, and I find jotting down the three things from each kid and repeating them louder after the kid has said them if necessary can help keep things from getting confused.