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Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
Supplies:Balloons, Helium
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Risk Level:Low
Supplies:Bubble Wrap
Process
  1. Purchase large rolls of bubble wrap from your local shipping supply store.
  2. During a class period, work with your fellow student leaders to cover the floor of a popular hallway or walkway.
  3. When students exit their classes, they will be met with a ton of fun!
  4. Want to add another layer to your activity? Place inspirational quotes or posters underneath your bubble wrap. When the bubbles are all popped, your message will appear!
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Risk Level:Medium
Supplies:Paper, Cardboard, Markers
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
  1. Create large pictures using poster paper and cardboard. The pictures can be your school’s logo, the theme of an upcoming dance, etc.
  2. Make sure your pictures are large enough to be seen across your entire gym.
  3. Cut your picture into pieces of a puzzle.
  4. We recommend cutting your puzzle into 10 pieces.
  5. During your next assembly or rally, hand out puzzle pieces to students sitting in the front row of each section.
  6. When the activity begins, each section will race to pass the puzzle pieces up and rearrange them in the correct order. The first to do so successfully wins!
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Risk Level:Medium
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
  1. Have your emcee begin this activity by teaching the various aspects of a human roller coaster ride.
  2. As seen in the video below, students will do the following:
    • Attach their safety harness
    • Ride up to the top of a major drop
    • Ride downwards
    • Turn Left and Right
    • Remove their safety harness
  3. The more comfortable students feel with the instructions, the more they will participate.
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Risk Level:Medium
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
    • Purchase LED bracelets for each student at your school.
    • Hand out bracelets to each student as they enter your assembly.
    • Once students are seated, shut off the lights in your gym.
    • Using the software system purchased alongside the bracelets, start your light show and enjoy!
    • WARNING: This activity (and any light show) may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Discretion is advised.

     

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Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Talk to your school’s band director prior to starting this activity. The more we can do to collaborate with other groups on campus, the better!
  2. Fight songs are most effective at the very beginning or very end of an assembly.
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Risk Level:Low
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
  1. NOTE: Feel free to use the video below as a phenomenal example of how to facilitate.
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Risk Level:Medium
Supplies:Kahoot Premium Subscription
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
  1. While classrooms around the country utilize Kahoot, the platform can also be used for large audiences!
  2. Sign up for Kahoot Premium before your next rally or assembly. Quick questions can vary based on the theme of your event or week!
  3. Worried about students creating inappropriate nicknames? Establish one representative from each grade level, encouraging students to shout their answer for entry.
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Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
Supplies:Rope, Large Toy Snake
Tags: Assembly Games, Rally Games
Process
  1. With students sitting in bleachers, split your audience into 3-4 teams. Grade-level sections typically work best.
  2. Next, hand a 6’ “snake” to the first 3-4 people sitting in the very first row.
  3. Using only their hands, students must pass the snake along one end of the row to the other.
  4. When it reaches the end of a row, students must pass the snake to the person directly behind them. That individual will then start the process of passing the snake back towards the opposite side.
  5. Students race to repeat this pattern until the snake has reached the very back corner of their section.
  6. The first team to complete the race wins!