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How to Lead Games

bulletHave a positive attitude.
bulletBe enthusiastic.
bulletOverlook mistakes and be lenient.
bulletInclude everyone in the game.
bulletDon't wear a game out.  Quit while they are still having fun.
bulletGet enough leadership to handle the group.

What Should a Game Leader Know?

bulletKnow the game thoroughly.
bulletHave all the equipment readily available.
bulletMake sure the available space will allow everyone to play.
bulletExplain the rules clearly and briefly.
bulletTeach the games by steps or demonstrations.

See Also: Game Leadership

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