Shelves: picture-books Zoom is a wordless picture book that defies the familiar conventions of storytelling in favor of a playful critique of individual perspective. The only other image on the page is the white outline of a pencil that seems to hover against the darkness, a shadow image in the depths of space. From there, the book comes to a Zoom is a wordless picture book that defies the familiar conventions of storytelling in favor of a playful critique of individual perspective. From there, the book comes to a series of full bleed openings, where on the recto side of the opening is a vibrantly colorful image and on the verso side is a blank, black page. The first image reveals a series of jagged, red spikes to the reader. The reminded me of the ridges on the back of a desert lizard.
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The team is tasked with putting together a story from a set of sequential images. Each person is given an image but is not permitted to show it to anyone else. Together, the team has to figure out the correct sequence.
The activity focuses on effective communication and problem-solving skills. Alternatively, you can create your own set of sequential images that tell a story. Each image should be on one sheet of paper you can laminate them so that they last more than one session. The number of images should match the number of participants.
Space Required: Small. Indoors or outdoors. Group Size: 8 to You can use the variations provided for smaller groups. Total Time: 30 minutes 5 minutes to brief and setup 15 minutes for the activity 10 minutes to review and debrie Running the Activity Explain the activity: The group has to piece together a story from the set of the images that is handed out. Each participant is given an image but is not permitted to show it to anyone else. Hand out one image to each participant.
Encourage them to study the details of the image so this will help them put together the full story. Once they are ready, they can begin the activity.
Turn the images over so that they can see if they got it right. If there are any mistakes, let participants correct the order and then go through the correct sequence so that they understand the full story.
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