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17 pages of improv warm-ups categorized by learning goal!

Here are a variety of ways to get your team ready for action!

The warm-ups are set up in categories to address various skills specific to improv such as:

The Rule of Yes!
Imagination Warm-ups
Character Warm-ups
Thinking on Your Feet
Status Activities

Example of a ‘Thinking on Your Feet’ warm-up:

Last Candy Bar on Earth

Players sit in a circle. In the middle is a candy bar. One at a time, the players must go around the circle explaining why they need the candy bar. The more imaginative the answers, the better! Optional: at the end, the group votes for the person who gets the candy bar. Hold it aside until the end of class.

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