Any size works.
Introductions in the classroom or at a meeting.
30 minutes; longer if you make a longer scavenger list.
Scavenger hunt lists. Make your own and print the number of copies you need. Your list will look something like this:
_____ Blonde toddler
_____ Family portrait
_____ Senior portrait
_____ Graduate in cap and gown
_____ Child on a bike
_____ Family or lovers at the beach
_____ Baby’s first photo
_____ Family dog
_____ Family cat
_____ Child laughing
_____ Child crying
_____ Bride and groom
Hand out your scavenger checklists. Give the group 30 minutes to find someone with one of the photos on the list. Encourage them to find a new person for each item.
If using for introductions, ask each person to give his or her name and share which photo they liked best and why.
No debriefing is necessary unless the exercise involves your topic in some way.