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Gallery Walk – A Creative Way to Make Meetings More Fun

November 11th, 2015

Meetings, meetings, meetings. Meetings get a bad rap. They are both a blessing and all things that are wrong with meetings. It doesn’t have to be this way. We can still run efficient meetings and interactive…with Gallery Walks. Gallery Walks are simple and Post-It Notes around the room as well. Use the posters as idea…

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Eyeball Tag

February 20th, 2013

Eyeball Tag Not all tag games are equal, and bravery. Number of Participants: 5-25 Time:  5-10 minutes Activity Level:  Moderate Props:  Chairs Objective: To make eye contact with another seated participant and then switch seats without the person in the middle sitting in your chair. Set Up: Each participant gets a chair ands in the…

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February 4th, 2013

I first learned Tweener with Jerrod Murr at a Project Adventure training with Nate Folan. I instantly moved this activity towards the top of favorite activities list.  Tweener is a fun, active, anding Not Necessary!). Tweener Number of Participants: 5-25 Time:  5-15 minutes Activity Level:  Moderate Props:  A soft throwable that is about the size…

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Fast Alphabet

January 2nd, 2013

Fast Alphabet This is a fun activity used as an energizer for the group. Ask the group to find a partner to challenge in an alphabet race. When the facilitator yells “sparkles” (isn’t sparkles much more fun to say than go?), the partners will trace out each letter of the alphabet with their index finger.…

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December 19th, 2012

The last couple days have been incredibly fun for me as I traveled to several different high schools to facilitate workshops on a multitude of topics: social media awareness, goal setting, decision-making, group personalities, and get the participants in the right frame of mind (a fun one) for the upcoming workshop…I played Wooshball with them!…

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