Handouts from the presentation on staff and volunteer training at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 1997 Education Forum,
This simple activity will help develop team work skills.
The purpose of this icebreaker is to get participants to work as a team.
This activity is intended to demonstrate how you can achieve more by staying focused.
This simple activity is intended to keeping participants refreshed and building on past great ideas. Concern for the environment is also an...
This activity is intended to demonstrate that there are different strategies to solving problems.
This activity is intended to demonstrate how and why some activities are more difficult than others.
This lead-in activity will help teams to deal with negative comments and the stress of unfavourable comments in a team environment.
This activity will help individuals in a group get to know one another.
This icebreaker, which is best for groups of ten or more, encourages creativity.
Here's an activity that will give participants the feeling of working together.
This icebreaker uses eye contact to match up participants.
This icebreaker helps groups and individuals to form relationships quickly.
This icebreaker is a novel way for people to introduce themselves.
Gives the participants an opportunity to become creative and gain the feeling of working together as a team.
This activity will help to create a comfortable environment for exchanging information about group members.
This simple activity is intended to give the participants an opportunity to work together.
Here's an activity that will introduce the idea of individual differences and equality of opportunities.
This simple activity demonstrates the importance of everyone participating in group activities.
This activity pairs individuals who use an interview format to get to know each other.
In this workshop at the Parks and Recreation Ontario 2004 Annual Education Forum, participants learned how to use a crate full of...
This activity, for all age groups is intended to give the participants an opportunity to observe and think what they are saying.
This activity is a creative way to let participants decide on how long they take for a break.
This activity is intended to get participants to realize the importance of evaluation.
This activity demonstrates the value of working in teams.
Here's an activity that will encourage participants to get to know each other and to explore issues related to the meeting or workshop.
This activity will help draw out a person's creativity.
This simple activity brings out different views of how people see themselves.
An icebreaker activity that will help participants and groups to mix.
Here's an activity to help meet new people in a large group.
This activity demonstrates the importance of communication when working in teams.
This icebreaker requires patience, communication and trying to understand situations from another's point of view