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I like this activity as it creates a sense of anonymity which can be useful at times depending on the subject being explored.
This could be really useful in classes as a strategy to ask for either feedback or relevant questions to a subject without singling anyone out. For example. If a student has not quite grasped a concept or a participant had additional questions or thoughts that they might want to bring up or look further into, they could express that and it would be brought up anonymously through the process.
If you needed to have an anonymous vote on an activity or something that could also be a fun way of doing it.
It would be important to frame that the questions were to be relevant and appropriate to the session for example. There would also be the opportunity for the group to one at a time read the comments (so snowballs tossed across the room) or it could be the facilitator who pluck out the comments and then helps moderate the questions. (Basketball shots taken towards a bucket next to facilitator)