We are thrilled to have you join our ever-growing worldwide community of Ubuntu card enthusiasts. These cards are much more than a product; they create space for new conversations and open up a world of creativity and community building. We are excited for you to discover powerful new ways to encourage your groups to interact, have fun, and find commonalities with Ubuntu.
Ubuntu cards are designed to inspire meaningful connections, foster creativity, and encourage community building. There are 54 cards in a deck, and each card has a single image on one side and multiple images on the other. The cards offer limitless reflection opportunities through metaphor, but we have also discovered that they also offer just as many opportunities for group interaction and creative play.
Getting started is easy! Click the button below to download your guide with 13 activities to kickstart your Ubuntu journey.
At the heart of Ubuntu cards is the belief that there exists a common bond between us all. Specifically, the word Ubuntu is a Nguni Bantu term and philosophy. (Nguni is a subset of the larger family of Bantu languages and peoples in the southern portion of Africa.) The term means “humanity” and is frequently translated to “I am because we are.” Ubuntu highlights our interconnectedness as a community.
Ubuntu cards are for everyone! Whether you’re an educator looking for activities to foster connection in the classroom, a human resources professional seeking to strengthen your team dynamics through play, or a facilitator eager to build connections with your participants, these cards are your perfect companion.
We want to hear from you! Share your thoughts, experiences, and new activity ideas by joining our Facebook Ubuntu Card Group.