A collection of 100+ group activities which can be used as wonderful tools to invite groups to play, share, trust and learn.
The Hundredth Monkey is a resourceful collection of more than 100 new and adapted activities accompanied by many variations. It is designed for a wide range of practitioners in a variety of educational and recreational settings.
With a fresh look into Project Adventure’s foundational concepts, multiple framing and debriefing ideas and special sequencing chapter, there is plenty here to inspire anyone who hopes to advance the human condition. Every activity comes with step-by-step instructions, leadership tips and many practical strategies for reflection and discussion.
If you wish to empower people to play, laugh, connect, learn, reflect, grow, heal, achieve, perform and live fully, this activity guide is for you.
The Hundredth Monkey is an inspirational and practical offering to those who hope to spread the joy of adventure and the boundless potential for learning and growth.
As an added bonus, the author has contributed many activities from this book to playmeo’s activity database (refer to the Featured Activities tab below.)
Written by Nate Folan & friends, 2012 (316 pages)
ISBN 978 0934 3879 03
“This book does a fantastic job of presenting activities in a format that is easy to access for both veteran and novice adventure facilitators.”
Jeff Frigon, youth counsellor & teacher
“I absolutely love it. It’s like having a personal adventure facilitation coach on your bookshelf.”
Daryl Essensa, university lecturer
“What a great book! These activities will help you stretch your comfort zone and provide a structured and safe learning environment to grow, connect and develop your personal and team’s potential.”
Tim McGowan, school counsellor
“There’s a lot to love here. I especially adore the fact that Nate has compiled a wonderful collection of activity ideas that are almost all new.”
Mark Collard, author, trainer & founder of playmeo
Quick problem-solving activity fuelled by the sun.
Simple, non-threatening strategy to invite sharing.
Active circle game to generate lots of smiles & laughter.
Dynamic jump & tag game that will challenge everyone.
Dynamic trust-building exercise for partners.