Creative Ways to Show Appreciation
"Students in the field of recreation are the creativity and spirit within the Community!” (John Butler, 1955). To show honest, sincere appreciation makes a person feel good about themselves and shows that they have contributed to the individual or group something of value. The traditional way of showing appreciation is the hand clap. However, taking time to come up with a creative non-traditional way of showing appreciation shows that you really care, the appreciation is remembered longer, people are more willing to share appreciation with more people, they become creative and it is fun.
The Recreation and Leisure Services students at Seneca College and Recreation Faculty have come up with some creative ways to show appreciation that they would love to share with you to help develop the spirit within your community.
These non-traditional ways to show appreciation can be used in a camp setting, training workshops, special events and keynote presentations.
If you have an idea of a creative way to show Appreciation, send us your suggestion at [email protected].