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MASC/MAHS (Michigan Association of Student Councils/Michigan Association of Honor Societies)

Concentration

Arrange participants into partner pairs. Once they're together, have them go back to back. Have them switch 3 things about their appearance (bracelets, shoes, etc.) and then have them turn back around. Each person has to guess what their partner switched. For more information, contact Matt Alley

 

MASC/MAHS (Michigan Association of Student Councils/Michigan Association of Honor Socities)

Name Tag Grab

Organize participants into a circle and hand each person a name tag. Tell each person to write their name on the name tag. The facilitator then takes all the name tags and redistributes them at random. You will not distribute them to the person to the right or left of them. On the 'go' signal everyone must move among the group members. It is a challenge for people to try to find their own name tag, grab it, and put it on their chest. For more information, contact Matt Alley

 

MASC/MAHS (Michigan Association of Student Councils/Michigan Association of Honor Socities)

Name Toss

Organize the participants into a circle. Have one person start off with a tennis ball, and toss it to someone not to their left or right side. While tossing, they must make direct eye contact and say the persons name that they're throwing to. Then once half the people have been thrown too start a second ball. Then a third. This may create some crazy chaos, but gets the ice broken and names learned. For more information, contact Matt Alley

 

MASC/MAHS (Michigan Association of Student Councils/Michigan Association of Honor Socities)

Balloon War

Divide participants up into even teams. Give each team as many balloons of all the same color as there are members, and some string. Make sure you give each team a different color of balloons. Have each team tie the string to their balloon and then to their ankle. Explain that when you give the 'go' signal each team must attempt to pop all of the balloons that are a different color than their own. Participants must work in a team to pop the other team's balloons without getting their own popped. Once your balloon is popped you must step outside of the playing area. Once only one color of balloon is still in the game, that team wins. For more information, contact Matt Alley

 

MASC/MAHS (Michigan Association of Student Councils/Michigan Association of Honor Socities)

Animal Roundup

Tell group members to silently think of their favorite animal. Then tell group members that without talking, they need to arrange themselves from largest to smallest animals. Group members can only make gestures and the nose of their animal. After they have finished, have group members go around and say the animal they were supposed to be to see if it was accurate. For more information, contact Matt Alley

 

NASSP (National Association Secondary School Principals)

Virtual Leadership Webpage

Have new and upcoming students we need extra leadership training? Want to help these students grow as leaders? Try this activity put on called Virtual Leadership Webpage. This activity will help define leadership for your particular group, examine the qualities of leadership, reflect on students' personal qualities as leaders, and to practice presentation skills. Students will be able to create a "virtual" webpage" worksheet to help them format the true essence of a leader. For more information, contact Matt Alley

NASSP (National Association Secondary School Principals)

Risky Business

Having a hard time for students in your school to get involved in activities? Want your student body to be more involved? Try having your teachers and advisors administer "Risky Business". Risky business is an activity that helps students step out of their "comfort zone" and reach out more to the student body. It is an activity that lasts about a 54-minute class period, but is so worth it once your done with the whole activity! For more information, contact Matt Alley

NASSP (National Association Secondary School Principals)

Today's Leaders as Role Models

Want students to recognize how to "lead by example"? Want to encourage them to make the right choices when they are in important roles or positions? Then try "Today's Leaders as Role Models" activity. This activity will encourage students to make smart choices, educate them on current people in leadership positions, and also learn from ur current people in high elected positions. For more information, contact Matt Alley