Have each person draw a card and look at the dots on their card. Have each person tell a number of “truths” about themselves based on the dots that are available.
To enhance this activity, ask them to share truths that they do not think many in their group know. If time allows, have them share one new thing they learned about someone else in the group and why they feel like that new truth is important to their understanding of who that individual is. You can also take time to discuss the following questions:
Why is it scary to share truths about ourselves with others?
Why did you share the particular truths that you did?
Tell about a time that you had a chance to share about who you are with a group. How did it go?
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