Ask for a volunteer to help teach a principle. Invite the volunteer to go out into the hall, a little way away from the class and wait quietly until you come to get her.
Tell the rest of the class that you will be bringing the volunteer back into the room with a blindfold, and tell her that it is an empty classroom, but in fact, you will bring her back into the same classroom and everyone must be very quiet so she does not know anyone else is in the room. Ask them to do all they can to assist the volunteer without her realizing she is receiving help.
Place a chair in the middle of the room for the volunteer to sit on. You might want to have some music playing to sort of mask unavoidable sounds the girls might make.
Go to the volunteer and ask her to put on the blindfold and turn her around 2-3 times. Tell her she is going into an empty classroom to sit down and follow some simple instructions.
Take her back into the classroom and help her sit down in the chair.
Tell her you have three simple tasks for her to do. Tell her all three tasks at once, and then remind her before each one what she is to do next. (Use these or any others appropriate to the space.)
Go to the chalkboard and find the piece of chalk and write Jesus Loves Me on the board.
Find a paper cup on the table and throw it in the waste basket
Fold her chair and place it up against the wall
Have a girl watch where the volunteer reaches for the chalk and put it right where she is reaching.
Have a girl watch where the volunteer reaches for the cup and put it right where she is reaching.
Have a girl holding the trash can, watching where the volunteer is heading to find the wastebasket and put it right there so she easily finds it.
Have a girl take the chair from her and place it on the wall (this will be obvious help).
The volunteer can now take off her mask. Tell her who all helped her with her tasks.
Tell the girls you want them to know that none of us are ever alone.