Getting started: one, two, four

It is often valuable to start by asking each individual to do, decide, write or choose something on their own. This gives them a secure base, so to speak, from which to go out and engage with others.

Then have them talk in pairs about what they have written or done. Then form fours or sixes, and share further.

All the activities in this pack can start with an introductory activity such as this. It is an excellent way of providing both security and challenge.


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