Category

Diversity

Cross The Line

Type of Activity: Diversity, Behavior Awareness, Empathy Props/Materials Needed: Two ropes or masking tape, large room (big enough for the entire group) Set Up: This

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Blind Shapes

Type of Activity: Exploring Inclusion and Connection Props Needed: A bag filled with a variety of wooden shapes. Set Up: Place enough of these shapes

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Mix & Match Emotion Stencils

Type of Activity: Diversity, Expression Props Needed: Paper, pencils, markers, Emotion Stencils Set Up: Create emotional expressions!  Use these stencils to help your participants develop

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Pokerface

Type of Activity: Problem Solving, Diversity Purpose: This activity focuses on inclusion and diversity. Props Needed: A deck of playing cards, preferably jumbo playing cards

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Inside Outside Cards

Type of Activity: Diversity Awareness, Stereotyping, Processing activity Props Needed: Inside Outside Cards or paper cutouts shaped like people.  Craft materials such as scraps of

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The Sneetches

Type of Activity: Relationship Building, Discussion tool for prejudice or diversity Props Needed: The book, The Sneetches, by Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss ignites a child’s

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In Group, Out Group

Type of Activity: Diversity Props Needed: Flip Chart, markers Set Up: In this activity, we are going to talk about differences and stereotypes that you

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Pas de marriage

Type of Activity:  Problem Solving and Diversity Source:  Playing With A Full Deck, by Michelle Cummings Props Needed:  playing cards, one per participant Group Size: 

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Rejection

Type of Activity:  Diversity, Icebreaker, Perspective Idea given by:  Rick Bosch Source:  Playing With A Full Deck, by Michelle Cummings Props Needed:  playing cards, one

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Old Maid or Old Mister

Type of Activity:  Problem Solving and Diversity Source:  Playing With A Full Deck, by Michelle Cummings Props Needed:  playing cards, one per participant Group Size: 

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Get Into Your Groups

Type of Activity:  Problem Solving and Diversity Source:  Playing With A Full Deck, by Michelle Cummings Props Needed:  playing cards, one per participant Group Size:

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