The facilitator asks the participants to get in a large circle and explains the following points of the game. All rounds may be played more than once if needed.
The facilitator announces that they will still throw the ball, but, instead of saying “philanthropy,” the person who has the ball must say what the word means to them. Rules remain the same and participants are eliminated in the same manner. The timer is set for 2 minutes.
The facilitator says that when the ball arrives to them this time, they must spell the word “philanthropy” correctly in the time allowed and pass the ball on to the next person. If it is spelled incorrectly, the participant is eliminated. The game ends when only one participant remains.
If there is a “standoff,” ask the participants to do all three in the time allotted: Say the word, what the word means, and spell the word in the time allowed. The timer is set for 1 minute.