The Ubuntu Activity Guide is the key to enhancing your experience and unlocking the infinite potential in your deck of Ubuntu Cards. This book contains an expanded variety of activities that will unite your group and help them find those common bonds that connect us all. Whether it is an icebreaker, initiative problem or just a game of tag, members of your group will be laughing, bonding and connecting through the experiences they share. This book will also help you to use Ubuntu cards to start meaningful conversations, develop a path for dialogue and reflect upon those shared experiences.
You will be amazed at the versatility and variety of the 32 activities offered in this guide. It contains Ubuntu card activities and initiatives that work with groups of all types and sizes. You'll find an appropriate activity for every group you work with and for every length of time you have to play. Get familiar with your Ubuntu cards and chances are you'll soon be sharing your own variations with your group. (Share them with us too!)
The word Ubuntu is a Nguni Bantu term and philosophy. (Nguni is a subset of the larger family of Bantu languages and peoples in the southern portion of Africa.) The term means “humanity” and is frequently translated to “I am because we are.” Ubuntu highlights our interconnectedness as a community.