The players walk through the room and play Schnick-Schnack-Schnuck with the first person they meet. Whoever loses becomes a fan of the winner, i. e. he or she stands behind the others and cheers him on. These teams continue to walk together until they meet the next person. The first two play Schnick-Schnack-Schnuck, the losers become fans of the winners again and line up at the back - so long play on until they all form a big line.
Addendum: Schnick-Schnack-Schnuck - also called scissors, stone, paper: two participants stand up against each other and say "Schnick, Schnack, Schnuck", while they swing a clenched hand back and forth - in "Schnuck" everyone shows something symbolically with his hand, it decides who wins.
Possible symbols: Scissors - index and middle finger indicate the cutting movement. Paper - flat hand stone - clenched fist, ankles pointing upwards
Solution: Scissors cuts paper = scissors wins paper wraps stone = paper wins stone grinds stone scissors = stone wins
by Guido Boyke