I can remember when I was a small child and used to get involved in group games after school with the pupils and teacher. We used to play musical chairs or pass the parcel but the main one that I used to like was "Chinese Whispers.”
This is how we played it:
How to play ''Chinese Whispers''
Depending on the number of people (11 is a nice number), put the players in a suitable formation that is comfortable for everyone. Usually a circle or similar shape, with the players tight against the edge of the wall.
One person decides on a word or phrase to whisper into the ear of the person next to them. It does not matter what word or phrase is chosen.
The person who had the word/phrase whispered to them now passes it to the person next to them in the same way as before, and so on down the team of people.
When it gets to the last person they have to say what they think was whispered to them out loud. If it is correct, then you may do some kind of celebration to reflect the joy of getting it right.
On the other hand it may be the complete opposite or have metamorphosised into something totally unrelated and somewhat baffling.