To play Stop-Walk, scatter your team evenly throughout the room and designate one leader who will be shouting out commands.
To start the game, introduce the first two actions: walk and stop. When the leader says “walk,” the players must start walking aimlessly around the room. When the leader calls “stop,” the players must stop where they are.
After practising this a few times, the leader will reverse the meaning of the two words. Therefore, “stop” now means “walk” and “walk” means “stop.” When somebody performs the wrong action, they are eliminated from the game.
This is a very basic version of this game, but the leader can make the game more difficult by adding more actions such as clap, jump, sit, and dance. The meaning of these words can then be reversed.