Here are a few ideas on ways to adapt the Zoom activity for different audiences and group sizes:
For smaller groups take the first several pages of the book and set them aside. Then hand participants random pages of the book and lay some pages face down on the ground. Tell them that the page they were given is 'their page' and they can not trade it with anyone and they should not show it to anyone. The pages on the ground could be looked at 3 times for 20 seconds each.
Another variation is to use Zoom with community development. As people enter the room greet them, introduce yourself, hand them a page from ZOOM and ask them to find their place in the group based on their ZOOM page. This typically leads to many great conversations about assumptions, connections in community, etc.
You can also take a few pages from Re-Zoom and put them into Zoom. Ask the group to determine which pages do not belong.
For youth groups or groups that are just not able to make the connections between the pages you could allow a '5 second frenzy' where they can show their page for 5 seconds to anyone they want but then the page is turned back around and is for their eyes only again.
For younger groups you can facilitate a 'no talking' version but they can show their page to everyone.
So as you can see there are a ton of different ways to use it. Make it your own!
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