We started the second day of the project by playing some ice-breaking games in order to get to know each other. It is not so easy to open yourself to new people, but these games were very useful and effective.
The first game was about exchanging information about our travel to Poland, our job or studies, our hobbies and our biggest success in life.
The second game was about knowing each other by writing our names on some balloons, throwing them in the air and then catching one balloon and talking to one person about different topics: favourite food, favourite movie, favourite star, etc.
Another game was about telling the others why you are special and join the person with whom you had the same talent.
Then we played a game which was about planning meetings with the others and at each hour you had to meet one person and doing different things, like saying hello in a Polish way giving 3 kisses, hugs, saying kind words, etc.
After these first games we had a break and then we started playing team building games. We played the “rock-paper-scissors” game and every time you lost you had to join the winner to support him/her against the other teams. Later, we were divided in teams and we played the “dragons, knights and princesses” game and we had to choose one character and fight against another team.
At the end we played a group game consisting in holding one chair with one hand and then switching to one position on the right and holding the next chair without making fall it down. All the games were funny and engaging and we had the opportunity to know each
other better. At first we were a bit shy and insecure, but then we forgot about all the language difficulties and we started focusing on the people. We have learnt to work in a team, to listen to the others and to let the fears go away.
Projekt 2017-3-PL01-KA105-047023 „Follow me” został sfinansowany przez Unię Europejską w ramach Programu „Erasmus+”