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Robot Simon

Do you feel like moving? Simon will teach you English action verbs and parts of the body in motion. This fun game develops attentiveness and helps widen your (or your students') vocabulary. Play at home or in the classroom. Usually this game takes at least 3 participants, but with your Simon the Robot you can play with two people or even by yourself if you want.

Another use of this game could be in the cheering up of your party. Are you fed up with dull parties? Entertain your guests with this game! Benefits can be triple: warm-up for the whole body, exercise for the brain, rest and recreation for your eyes; not to mention the good vibes. People of all ages can play, everybody will have fun!

Rules are simple and straightforward: listen to the directions attentively but do not follow them unless you hear the random inset Simon says before the command, or you'll get dismissed from the game and lose. The winner is the one who fulfilled all commands properly and did not move without hearing the Simon says.

To shuffle commands, reload the page. Note that the sequence of phrases will not switch, but Simon will change his mind.

If you've got familiar with the game, try to assign the role of the lead to one of the players. Use this list as a hint and feel free to improvise!
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