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3, 2, 1

First suggested by Boing Kids
Can you explore how you worked together to achieve your goals?
  1. Everyone should split into small groups.
  2. The person leading the activity should remind everyone of the aim of the game, task, or activity they’ve just finished.
  3. Each group should think about three different ways they worked together to achieve the aim, two of the best things they did during activity, and one thing they tried that didn’t work to achieve the aim.
  4. Everyone should share their ideas in their groups.
  5. To finish, everyone should gather together as a large group. Who wants to share some of the reflections they were chatting about?


This short activity is designed to encourage reflection after another activity or at the end of your session. It’s a great chance to take a moment, think, and share ideas before you move on.

The intended learning outcomes of an activity or game can be a great place to start your thinking, just remember that people may have learnt something totally different and that's great too.


All activities must be safely managed. Use the safety checklist to help you plan and risk assess your activity. Do a risk assessment and take appropriate steps to reduce risk. Always get approval for the activity and have suitable supervision and an InTouch process.