Who Knows Noses?

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It is men against women in this test of the powers of observation.

Number of participants: 3+
For: For kids over 7 years, youths and adults.
Intensity level: Low
Preparations: Cut a vertical slit in the cloth about five feet from the bottom edge. The slit should be long enough for a nose to poke through, without revealing the face it is attached to.
Equipment: an 8x8-foot opaque cloth, two chairs, paper and pencils (optional)

You need two volunteers to stand on chairs and hold up a large opaque cloth, which has a small vertical slit in it about five feet above the floor.  To begin, all the men in the group hide behind the cloth and all the women face the cloth as an audience. One by one, the men poke their noses through the slit and the women try to guess who the nostrils belong to.  They can write their answers down or call them out. They score a point for each correct identification. Then it is time to trade places, and the men try to guess the noses of the women. The winning gender is the one with the most correct answers.

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