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Two of the biggest-selling activity publications, together in one exclusive package. Hundreds of interactive, universally appealing and 100% fun group activities, ideal for schools, corporate training, youth groups and experiential education programs.
Are you looking for a bunch of FUN, interactive and easy-to-use activities that appeal to people of all ages?
Could your program benefit from hundreds of fun group activities that don’t need any equipment?
Do you often work with 30, 50 or 100’s of people at one time, and don’t know how to occupy them?
Would you like to learn the secrets of truly excellent group facilitation?
If this sounds like you, this exclusive bundle of two of the most popular activity books is for you.
No Props No Problem: 150+ Outrageously Fun Group Games using No Equipment and Count Me In: Large Group Activities That Work are two of the most popular ‘go-to’ activity books for teachers, corporate trainers and group facilitators.
Written by Mark Collard, one of Australia’s most experienced facilitators, these two books will give you a veritable treasure chest of awesome programming ideas that develop trust, communication and team skills.
Here’s a sneak preview of what you’ll get from these two best-selling group activity publications:
With no fluff, no fillers, No Props offers you just the best ideas, activities and program design advice you need to know, and can apply quickly and easily to your group because you don’t need any equipment to play any of them. And every activity comes with a unique QR code which connects directly with playmeo’s activity database so it comes alive.
Meanwhile, Count Me In is just the trick to keep 30, 50 or even hundreds of people occupied, having fun and keeping active all at the same time.
Purchase them together and you’ll save big time.
No Props No Problem written by Mark Collard, 2018 (272 pages)
Count Me In written by Mark Collard, 2008 (260 pages)
Both of Mark’s books have a ton of activity ideas which will help you achieve the most with the least. Take a look, you’ll be pleased you did.
– Karl Rohnke, author & adventure programmer
It was amazing to put your book into practice – the improvement in my facilitation with groups was really evident.
– Clint, camp leader
Mark has really captured a truck-load of wisdom and placed it into this great resource that should be in every facilitator’s tool-kit.
– Michael, training consultant
Since adding No Props to our library collection, it is always the first book students grab and is by far the most popular.
– Andrew, outdoor recreation lecturer
The program staff went crazy for the No Props books we gave them. Most of them wouldn’t let them out of their sight for the week they were on camp.
– Ang, community development officer
I now have so many games up my sleeve, I can whip them out at any time. Thank you.
– Pat, outdoor educator
I love your book. I have had endless, glowing feedback from my colleagues regarding the ice-breakers and warm-up activities I’ve used.
– Barb, teacher
Incorporating Mark’s activities into the beginning of my classes has been fun, and developed strong bonds and a deep respect for our differences in the classroom.
Thank you for writing a book that has been an inspiration to me trying to engage some very negative and entrenched behaviours.
– Peter, corporate trainer
The activities invite everybody to participate at their own level, without feeling foolish, even if you do something ‘wrong.’
– Paul, camp leader
Tons of brilliant activities. Another great tool to have in my kit-bag. Couldn’t be happier.
– Brad, corporate trainer
Count Me In is a MUST have book for anyone wanting to create a positive atmosphere in the classroom.
– Heath, teacher