Activities

Our group activities at your fingertips — search by age group, how big your group is, the kind of activity you want to do or the topic you want to explore. If you want activities to do at home, check out Dream Big at Home, our home activities site.

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group of teenagers having a discussion

Who Should Decide?

A short discussion activity to think about who can and should participate in different situations.
group of teenagers having a discussion

Having a Say

Discussion about participation
Art materials to make and create with

Making a Flag or Banner

group of teenagers having a discussion

Programme Planning using Fist-to-Five

Plan programme for the group for the coming term. Use Fist to five to reach consensus
Art materials to make and create with

Barriers to peace

An activity where groups design their own walls to explore their function in conflict situations and how they affect people.
RolePlays

Planet of Aliens

A simulation game about aliens from different planets, to show the importance of communication and dialogue in transforming conflicts
group of teenagers having a discussion

What is Violence?

Introduce young people to the topic of violence thought-provoking situations. You will be discussing different topics of violence in conflict and thinking about whether they consider the situation to be violent or not.
Children playing a clapping game

Pins and Balloons

An introductory game to explore violence and its roots, where everyone has to try to survive with their pin and a fully inflated balloon.
Children playing a clapping game

Selective Simon

Variation of simon says - pay attention to find out something new about your friends
RolePlays

Practicing Problem Solving

A role play activity to practice problem solving.
group of teenagers having a discussion

How to resolve conflict

group of teenagers having a discussion

Viewing from another perspective

Draw an object from different angles, think about different perspectives.

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