The Snap! Game

“SNAP!”: A game to elicit word associations
 
Participants get to activate their minds by tapping on their ability to quickly come up with words on a certain theme, listen actively, and react rapidly when something special happens.
 
“Snap!” is a fast-paced, intensely fun game that can be deployed with three aims:
– Energize participants: activate people’s brainpower in a very short time
– Create a sense of bonding among participants through shared emotions and laughter
– Learn from participants about what concepts they associate with [core theme of event] – for example “climate change”, “forecast”, “Red Cross”, “Corporate Social Resonsibility”, etc
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