Growing Minds, Growing Rights: never have I ever

Have you ever ...? Discover what you and your friends have already done with the help of this easy-to-play statement game

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A step-by-step guide to play the game


Gather the group in a circle.


Each player should hold up ten fingers.


One player starts by choosing a situation from the 'Growing Minds, Growing Rights' poster to the right of development.


The player says "Never have I ever..." and then states a situation e.g. "Never have I ever played football".


Anyone who has ever played football should drop one finger.


You continue with each next person in the circle, clockwise.


The aim of the game is to be the last player left with fingers in the air.

Extra game information

This game is a variant of the game "Never have I ever".

If a player makes the statement "I have never played football" and everyone in the group has indeed never played football, i.e. no one needs to put a finger down, then the person making the statement should put down a finger, even if he or she has never done it either. After a statement, you can ask questions to discuss the statement, e.g. "is football important to you?", "where do you play football?".

The 'Growing Minds, Growing Rights' poster is the overview poster for the right to development. This poster depicts a school environment where all different rights related to development can be found. This poster is one of the four storytelling posters linked to one of the dimensions of children's rights: survival, protection, development and participation. The storytelling poster is closely linked to the 'Different Abilities, Equal Rights' panel.

All children's rights icons used on the posters are created by UNICEF for their child-friendly version of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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