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Create a person out of paper using certain characteristics and introduce it to the group.
Use it in the beginning of a workshop to let the participants get to know each other’s names better and awaken their creativity.
When to use it?
Beginning of workshop
To help the group to get to know each other and their names
To awaken creativity
Paper (preferably also colored paper), glue, markers
Ask participants create a paper person- figure by tearing – off papers, sticking it on a paper sheet, and write or draw certain content on it:
Your name – somewhere in the center…
On the arm – What you like to do…
Leg – Where would you like to go to…
Belly – What you love to eat…
Head – what you are sometimes thinking of…
Next stage is to introduce the figures in pairs and/or afterwards to the whole group
Hang up the paper figures symbolizing the whole group
You can adapt the questions to be answered on the paper figure to the topic of your workshop.
If doing the workshop with small children you can also ask the children to draw something instead of writing on the figure.
Move from general to personal questions in pairs and circles.
Tell me about the others
Tell about yourself in one sentence and remember all the names in the group.
Posters with 4 questions to facilitate the evaluation in bigger groups.
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