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  Which Are You and Why?  Thumball

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Which Are You and Why? 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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Which are you and why? Thumball questions:

  • Lake or Ocean
  • Road bike or Mountain bike
  • Open or Closed
  • Day or Night
  • Keep Secret or Share
  • Whisper or Yell
  • Give or Receive
  • Swim or Fly
  • Smooth or Rough
  • Formal or Casual
  • Summer or Winter
  • A/C or Windows
  • Iced or Hot
  • Stand or Sit
  • Stroll or Run
  • Work or Play
  • Ask or Tell
  • Highway or Back roads
  • Self serve or full serve
  • Sweet or salty
  • Words or Pictures
  • City or Country
  • Imported or Domestic
  • Letters or Numbers
  • Store bought or Home made
  • Color or B&W
  • New or Recycled
  • Junk food or health food
  • Play it safe or Take a risk
  • Spend or Save
  • Lead or Follow
  • Paper or Plastic

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Learn more about yourself and others with this open-ended team building activity. t's the perfect conversation starter for icebreakers, energizers, team building, and more.

Facilitation Tips:

The Which Are You Thumball requires players to chose between two opposite characteristics or preferences.  They may find it's easy to choose one extreme or the other. If it is, or if it's not, encourage them to explain where they fall on the continuum and why. Invite them to share examples or expand on their answer with analogies to their personality or work style.

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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