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  If You Were A... Thumball

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If You Were A... Thumball

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Look under your thumb and share!

Share your reaction to whatever prompt lies under your thumb. Thumball is a soft 6" stuffed ball with loads of applications!

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The If You Were A... Thumball looks like a cool soccer ball and has 32 panels pre-printed with fun icebreaker phrases suited for adults and teens. Use it to stimulate conversation, promote team spirit, and boost flagging energy.

If you were a . . . what would you be?  Thumball questions:

  1. Vehicle
  2. Vegetable
  3. Beverage
  4. Candy
  5. Color
  6. Song / Type of music
  7. Food
  8. Kitchen Gadget
  9. Book genre
  10. Shoe
  11. Clothing
  12. Season
  13. Cereal
  14. TV program
  15. Flavor
  16. Brand
  17. Movie
  18. Famous Landmark
  19. Junk food
  20. Animated Character
  21. Superhero
  22. Building/structure
  23. Piece of furniture
  24. Decade
  25. Holiday
  26. Celebrity
  27. Sport or hobby
  28. Magazine
  29. Musical instrument
  30. Month
  31. Animal
  32. Spice

 

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Learn more about yourself and others with this open-ended team building activity.
It’s the perfect conversation starter for icebreakers, energizers, team building, and more.

Facilitation Tips:

With the If You Were Thumball, players must fill in the blank – If you were a _____, what would you be?
Their challenge is to state their answer and then share the analogy that led to the answer. For example, if their thumb landed on “vegetable,” they might answer, “If I were a vegetable, I’d be an onion because I have a lot of layers, but also a thick skin that might put people off.” 
 
If you want to kick it up a notch, try these creative twists:

1. Specify that answers should relate specifically to personal or workplace experiences.
2. Ask first recipient to select an answer panel to which all players must respond or contribute.
3. Survey players on several question panels, then create charts or graphs that reflect the cumulative responses.

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