Which Are You and Why? Thumball

Where would you put yourself on a variety of continuums

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Use the Which are You and Why? Thumball prompts to understand where each person is on a variety of spectrums. It's a creative and playful way to get to know each other.

Just look under your thumb and share your reaction to the prompt. Discuss where on the spectrum you'd put yourself, and why! Thumball is a 6" stuffed ball that looks like a soccer ball, but is soft and safe to use at work, school and home.

Which are you and why? Thumball questions:

  1. Lake or Ocean
  2. Road bike or Mountain bike
  3. Open or Closed
  4. Day or Night
  5. Keep Secret or Share
  6. Whisper or Yell
  7. Give or Receive
  8. Swim or Fly
  9. Smooth or Rough
  10. Formal or Casual
  11. Summer or Winter
  12. A/C or Windows
  13. Iced or Hot
  14. Stand or Sit
  15. Stroll or Run
  16. Work or Play
  17. Ask or Tell
  18. Highway or Back roads
  19. Self serve or full serve
  20. Sweet or salty
  21. Words or Pictures
  22. City or Country
  23. Imported or Domestic
  24. Letters or Numbers
  25. Store bought or Home made
  26. Color or B&W
  27. New or Recycled
  28. Junk food or health food
  29. Play it safe or Take a risk
  30. Spend or Save
  31. Lead or Follow
  32. Paper or Plastic

** TIPS **

Facilitation Suggestions:

EXPLAIN:  The Which Are You Thumball requires players to chose between two opposite characteristics or preferences.  They may find it's easy to choose one extreme or the other. If it is, or if it's not, encourage them to explain where they fall on the continuum and why. Invite them to share examples or expand on their answer with analogies to their personality or work style.

If you want to kick it up a notch, try these creative twists:

  1. Specify that answers should relate specifically to personal or workplace experiences.
  2. Ask first recipient to select an answer panel to which all players must respond or contribute.
  3. Survey players on several question panels, then create charts or graphs that reflect the cumulative responses.

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This ball is part of our exclusive Silver Series Thumballs.


Which Are You and Why? Thumball

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