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Relax and Entangled

One group of students made a circle by joining hands and then tangled up themselves like a ball of rope. The other group was then supposed to untangle them by telling them how to move.
The longer it took to untangle, the more tangled they got, and the better the entanglement became. Participants who were meeting one another for the first time were building intimate relationships.
They cheerfully tangled themselves up so tightly that everyone was touching. This game served as a good activity to break the ice by both physically and emotionally putting people at ease.

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