Everyone partners up and has one blindfold. The person who is the car puts on the blindfold and holds hands up as “bumpers” right in front of shoulders, thumbs almost touching. The driver stands behind the car, placing hands on their shoulders.

The facilitator plays policeman calling for “traffic rolling,” “slow for school area,” “red light,” “freeways,” etc. The drivers respond by steering their cars through the other traffic without touching or bumping. Set up a large boundary area.

Everyone partners up and has one blindfold. The person who is the car puts on the blindfold and holds hands up as “bumpers.” The hands should be directly in front of the person’s shoulders, with their thumbs almost touching. The driver stands behind the car, placing their hands on car’s shoulders.

The facilitator plays the police officer and calls out “traffic rolling _____,” and inserts a traffic command, such as “slow for school area,” “red light,” “freeways,” etc.

The drivers respond by steering their cars through the other traffic without touching or bumping anyone else. After a while, have partners change roles.

“Beep beeping” is encouraged.

NOTE: Special emphasis should be placed on caring for your car. Avoid holes, curbs, rocks, roots as well as other people. After awhile groups change roles.

“Beep beeping” is encouraged. (This is an excellent tool to relocate the group!)


NOTE: Special emphasis should be placed on caring for your car. Avoid holes, curbs, rocks, roots as well as other people.
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