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Group Building Activity

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To have positive feedback from the group and take something nice with you home.

Description of the tool

Stick the polaroid picture on the paper (you can fold it like a Christmas card). You can put the papers on a table or on the walls and windows. Ask all participants to write a last message (positive messages only) to every person in the group on the appropriate papers (except on their own paper). When everyone wrote a message to all cards, they can be distributed to the owners or given as a goodbye present (it makes nice reading on the travel back home).

If some people have some difficultes to write something, drawing some pictures is fine as well.


  • Once we decided to read the messages still during the training course at 10.00 a.m. on the next day to create a feel good atmosphere between all members of the group

    sonia holubkova , 10 September 2003 17:18:18

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Tool overview

This tool is for

15 - 35 tired but satisfied participants at the end of a training course

and addresses

Group Dynamics, Personal Development

Materials needed:

Coloured A4 papers - one per person and polaroid pictures of participants and trainers. (if you don't have pictures, you can also ask participants to draw a portrait of themselves or of their neighbour)


20 - 60 minutes

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

sonia holubkova (on 29 August 2003)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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