Blindfolds for all but one in the group.
Simple Puzzles: at least 1 piece per person in the blindfolded group.
Master Picture or completed puzzle for 1 person who can see.
Have group sits blindfolded at either a round a table or in a circle. One person sits out without a blindfold with his or her back to the group. They may not turn around to look at the group.
Spread puzzle pieces across the table in front of the blindfolded group. Use simple puzzles, such as preschool puzzles with large, obvious shapes.
The group must try to assemble the pieces into a completed puzzle. The person who can see will have the same puzzle, or a picture of the completed puzzle, in front of them. They can give advice or directions to the group to help them put the puzzle together completely.