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Group Building Activity

Human Bingo

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To know the name of all participants
To discover some funny characteristics of participants
To break the ice

Description of the tool

Every participant receives a sheet where there is a table with different characteristics
As a "classic" Bingo they have to fill a line with names of other persons (it can not be twice the same name).
As soon as there is a line, the person shouts “Bingo” and we check the answers together.

Available downloads:

Comments

  • You can of course also adapt the Bingo sheet to the theme of your Training Course. For the SALTO TC Rural we adapted some of the characteristics in the Bingo table to the Rural topic of the course: who lives in a village with less than 1000 inhabitants, who had to travel more than 24h to get to the course, who ever milked a cow,... etc

    Tony Geudens , 3 July 2007 14:54:45

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Disclaimer

SALTO cannot be held responsible for the inappropriate use of these training tools. Always adapt training tools to your aims, context, target group and to your own skills! These tools have been used in a variety of formats and situations. Please notify SALTO should you know about the origin of or copyright on this tool.

Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/433

This tool is for

all size

and addresses

Group Dynamics

Materials needed:

Copies of the sheet + pencils

Duration:

20 mn

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

(If you can claim authorship of this tool, please contact !)

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Denis Morel (on 27 September 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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