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Tired of the same old community building games? Looking for something fresh and unexpected?

Grab the best deal in town! Access to over 30 activities with one prop smaller than your smart phone...literally. The Ubuntu Deck and Activity Guide. And only $31.75 (INCLUDES SHIPPING in US).

Beth Wonson, leadership and team building consultant, says, "I've used Ubuntu in several ways with the same management team. The first time was around identifying team strengths. Then we used the "Junk Drawer" activity to let go of behaviors we'd outgrown. Next we used it to share how we applied behavioral norms. Ubuntu is a small but versatile and powerful tool. I always keep it in my computer bag on consulting gigs!"

The activities in the guide have been compiled by both High 5 Trainers Ryan McCormick and Chris Ortiz as well as submitted from practitioners in the field. Grab your set today, play around with them and then send us your feed back and ideas. You just may see your name and activity in Ubuntu Guide TWO!

Have fun and share with us how you like it!

TERA/Mid-south AEE Conference

I was recently invited to present a pre-conference workshop and an opening games session for the Texas Experiential Ropes Association and Mid-south Association for Experiential Education regional conference. I had a wonderful time meeting all of the conference attendees. As promised, click on the link for a pdf of the activities we played during the pre-conference as well as the opening games session. Thank you for all for the passion and energy you give to the experiential education field.

TERA Mid South AEE Activities you should know.pdf

ACCT 2011: Little Bag of wonder

The ACCT conference in Minneapolis, MN was a great time. Ryan and I had the honor of leading an activity workshop in which all the props came from a bag not much bigger than activity book itself. About 50 people came to have fun with us. We were able to showcase our new processing/activity cards. There will be more information on those soon enough.

Click on the link below for the pdf handout for the workshop:
ACCT 2011.pdf

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