Climer Cards are a versatile & colourful deck of cards to help you facilitate team-building and creativity. This simple deck of cards uses hand-drawn pictures to evoke metaphors and imagination.
They can be used in dozens of team activities. Used by facilitators, teachers, parents, therapists, and camp counsellors alike, this deck of cards helps with team-building activities, enhancing conversations, generating creative ideas, and dividing large groups into smaller clusters.
Directions and a free digital ebook are included. With Climer Cards:
Coaches use them to get clients exploring new ideas.
Facilitators help participants express what they learned.
Social workers and counsellors use them with clients to gain a deeper understanding of their experiences.
Teachers help students create connections in class.
Parents use them to get kids talking about their day.
Use Climer Cards to spark conversations?, generate new ideas? and divide larger groups into small groups.
“I carry my Climer Cards with me whenever I am presenting a workshop. They are the perfect companion for a facilitator. I use the cards to help engage those students who have hung back during discussions or to switch up the debrief process. I am amazed at the insights and answers students will give even from the simplest of processing as “Pick a card that represents the day.” Even at a basic level these cards deliver great results but the potential for engaging discussions goes far beyond that. If you are a serious facilitator these are a must have.”
– Nick Palkowski, speaker, trainer, author
“I was able to use Climer Cards to process a series of conversations I had with community members in an emerging community. After numerous meetings the citizens were asked to pick a card that was reflective of how they might feel about their community now. The responses were overwhelming. Some related to the “light bulb” as they felt there were new ideas and energy created, while another related to the swimming school of fish and stated “I feel like we are all headed in the right direction together”. These cards are a great processing tool for both formal and informal processing.”
– Tera McIntosh, Affiliate Faculty, Antioch University