Type: Crowd Participation
Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
Targeting: Seniors End of the Year
Process
  1. Work with your local elementary school to establish a day for seniors to visit.
  2. When the day arrives, load your seniors into busses while wearing their cap and gowns.
  3. Finally, parade around the halls for younger students to marvel at! This is an incredible activity for seniors and elementary students alike.
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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. When the final bell for the day rings, students are encouraged to take unused notes and use them as paper “snowballs”.
  2. To make sure your activity is contained and safe, establish a “snowball zone” where students can participate.
  3. NOTE: Be sure to notify campus custodians and clean up after the activity has ended.
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Risk Level:Medium
Supplies:Balloons, Confetti, Helium
Process
  1. During class, string up balloons around campus filled with helium and white confetti.
  2. Balloons should be hung approximately 6 feet off the ground and have the words “pop for snow” written on them.
  3. When passing period arrives, watch students pop and enjoy!
  4. NOTE: Be sure to notify campus custodians and clean up after the activity has ended.
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Risk Level:High
Process
  1. Before starting this activity, make sure to get administrator approval. Lip dubs typically take a great deal of time out of the classroom.
  2. After selecting a song, map out a route around campus that you will take to film your activity.
  3. Next, collaborate with various clubs and organizations on campus. Assign each group a few lines of the song to make their own.
  4. Finally, film your lip dub and enjoy!
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Risk Level:Low
Supplies:Color Packets
Resources
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Risk Level:Medium
Supplies:Color Packets
Process
  1. Before attempting this activity, be sure to get permission from campus administration. While exciting, color runs are naturally messier than the average jog.
  2. Additionally, be sure to collect signed permission slips from each participant for safety purposes.
Resources
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Risk Level:Medium
Process
  1. While your audience is seated, instruct everyone to do the following:
    • Place your left hand palm up.
    • Place your right index finger in the palm of the person’s hand to your right.
  2. When the emcee says “go”, students will race to:
    • Lift their right finger.
    • Grab the person’s finger in their palm before it lifts.
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Risk Level:Low
Targeting: Seniors
Supplies:Food, Snacks, Sound System
Process
  1. Supply food, coffee, blankets, and good music for students to come enjoy.
  2. Rather than being overly organized or having set student speakers, create a space for seniors to truly relax and enjoy their community.
  3. The goal of the activity is simple: to watch the final sunset of their senior year surrounded by classmates.
Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
Targeting: Seniors
Supplies:Food, Snacks, Sound System
Process
  1. Supply food, coffee, blankets, and good music for students to come enjoy.
  2. Rather than being overly organized or having set student speakers, create a space for seniors to truly relax and enjoy their community.
  3. The goal of the activity is simple: to watch the first sunrise of their senior year surrounded by classmates.
Crowd Participation

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Risk Level:Low
Supplies:Balloons, Helium