The next workshop I’m doing at the British Library promises to be fun!
My father got a rubber stamp saying ‘VARSHA SESHAN’ long, long ago. I kept it safely.
I visited a bookshop about six months ago and impulsively bought a stamp pad, but did not use it.
I bought chart paper to make a lantern for Diwali (yes, five months ago) and never made the lantern.
I put all of them together to make my own Taboo cards, using words that I found in books that are part of the Creepy House Reading Challenge. They look lovely; I’m waiting to use them!
Suppose you have to get your team to say the word ‘breakfast’. You cannot act or translate. You can speak, making full sentences, but there’s another rule. You are given five words that you aren’t allowed to use! Without using the words ‘eat’, ‘morning’, ‘lunch’, ‘food’ and ‘dinner’, can you make your team say the word ‘breakfast’? Express yourself! Use as many new words as you can to make your team understand what you want to tell them!
Only team-work can win this time! Are you ready for this challenge?
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