Leader Board Game

Level 1

Question Cards

QUESTION
Question
6
What is the significance of the goal “universal health coverage” in SDG 3?

(a) Limiting healthcare access to certain groups. (0 steps)

(b) Ensuring everyone has access to quality healthcare without facing financial hardships. (2 steps)

(c) Focusing only on specialized medical treatments. (0 steps)

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QUESTION
Question
7
How can you contribute to SDG 3, good health and well-being, in your daily life?

(a) Ignoring personal hygiene and keep doing what you do. (0 steps)

(b) Eating balanced meals and exercise healthy. (1 step)

(c) Promoting and protecting your own health and the health of those around you. (2 steps)

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QUESTION
Question
1
The definition of extreme poverty is when people earn:

(a) 10 USD a day. (0 steps)

(b) 1.25 USD a day. (2 steps)

(c) 1.90 USD a day. (3 steps)

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QUESTION
Question
2
Poverty can be a trap that is difficult to escape. Without opportunities, it can turn into a cycle that persists for generations. Which of the below examples does NOT describe a poverty cycle?

(a) Communities lacking access to clean water force women and girls to spend many hours gathering water daily, leaving little time for school or a livelihood. (0 steps)

(b) A rich family loses their investment and their children will live on a lower standard than their parents. (3 steps)

(c) When families lack the means to send their children to school, their children struggle to earn an income as adults. (0 steps)

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QUESTION
Question
3
What is understood by ‘food security’?

(a) To ensure that all people have access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food all year round. (2 steps)

(b) To secure food in our houses for a long time. (0 steps)

(c) To secure food for everyone. (1 step)

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QUESTION
Question
5
What is the MAIN focus of SDG #3?

(a) Environmental conservation. (0 steps)

(b) Poverty reduction. (0 steps)

(c) Promoting good health and well-being. (1 step)

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QUESTION
Question
8
How can schools promote inclusivity in the classroom?

(a) By ignoring individual differences and treating all students the same way. (0 steps)

(b) By implementing inclusive teaching practices that cater to varied learning styles, abilities, and cultural backgrounds,
ensuring every student feels valued and supported. (3 steps)

(c) By incorporating diverse perspectives into the curriculum and encouraging open discussions. (2 steps)

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QUESTION
Question
4
What role do small-scale farmers play in achieving Zero Hunger?

(a) By empowering small-scale farmers with resources and knowledge, they can enhance food security and reduce poverty. (3 steps)

(b) Small-scale farmers can produce and distribute locally, making the food fresher and cheaper. (2 steps)

(c) If small-scale farmers can produce more, we can feed more people. (0 steps)

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Activity Cards

ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
Change your environment

Brainstorm, as a group, for 60 seconds on a new usage
for the following product/item and pitch the idea
afterwards to the observer. The better the idea/pitch, the more steps.

A plastic bottle

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
Change your environment

Brainstorm, as a group, for 60 seconds on a new usage
for the following product/item and pitch the idea
afterwards to the observer. The better the idea/pitch, the more steps.

Towel

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘An animal smaller than a cat’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘Something green’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘A sustainable development goal (SDG)’

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
Change your environment

Brainstorm, as a group, for 60 seconds on a new usage
for the following product/item and pitch the idea
afterwards to the observer. The better the idea/pitch, the more steps.

Cans

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
Change your environment

Brainstorm, as a group, for 60 seconds on a new usage
for the following product/item and pitch the idea
afterwards to the observer. The better the idea/pitch, the more steps.

Newspaper or leaflets

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
60-second Solution Challenge

This activity states a problem. First you will have to
brainstorm for 60 seconds on your own for a solution.
Then you have 2 minutes, as a group, to discuss and
choose the best solution to pitch for the observer.

Imagine you’re part of a team that helps make decisions for a big,
busy city. The city’s buses and trains are super crowded, and there
are too many cars on the road, making the air dirty.
What cool ideas can you think of to help everyone get around the
city better and keep the air clean?

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
60-second Solution Challenge

This activity states a problem. First you will have to
brainstorm for 60 seconds on your own for a solution.
Then you have 2 minutes, as a group, to discuss and
choose the best solution to pitch for the observer.

You’re the leader of a brand-new planet, and guess what? You have
the super cool job of deciding how everyone learns here. Imagine
you have a magic wand to make education awesome for everyone
living on the planet. Can you think of the best idea that will make
sure everyone on the planet gets to learn and grow, no matter
where they come from or what they like?

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘Something yellow’

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
Change your environment

Brainstorm, as a group, for 60 seconds on a new usage
for the following product/item and pitch the idea
afterwards to the observer. The better the idea/pitch, the more steps.

Sweater

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘A daily sustainable practice’
(e.g. shower less long)

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
60-second Solution Challenge

This activity states a problem. First you will have to
brainstorm for 60 seconds on your own for a solution.
Then you have 2 minutes, as a group, to discuss and
choose the best solution to pitch for the observer.

At your school cafeteria, there are always long lines at lunchtime.
How can you solve this problem?

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
60-second Solution Challenge

This activity states a problem. First you will have to
brainstorm for 60 seconds on your own for a solution.
Then you have 2 minutes, as a group, to discuss and
choose the best solution to pitch for the observer.

You and your class own a class pet. How will you, in the best way possible, take care of this pet?

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
3 Steps
Draw back-to-back

Don’t show others your card!

Choose one of the other players to do this activity with.
Sit back-to-back and explain in max. 30 seconds, to the
other player the below image, without saying what you see here:

Thus, you cannot say: ‘A cat eating ice cream’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
3 Steps
Draw back-to-back

Don’t show others your card!

Choose one of the other players to do this activity with.
Sit back-to-back and explain in max. 30 seconds, to the
other player the below image, without saying what you see here:

Thus, you cannot say: ‘A bear playing the
piano/keyboard’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
3 Steps
Draw back-to-back

Don’t show others your card!

Choose one of the other players to do this activity with.
Sit back-to-back and explain in max. 30 seconds, to the
other player the below image, without saying what you see here:

Thus, you cannot say: ‘A dog reading a book’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘Something in the bathroom’

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ACTIVITY CARD
60 seconds
5 Steps
60-second Solution Challenge

This activity states a problem. First you will have to
brainstorm for 60 seconds on your own for a solution.
Then you have 2 minutes, as a group, to discuss and
choose the best solution to pitch for the observer.

Imagine you’re the boss of a big city! Imagine cool ways to make
your city a better place to live, play, and help the environment.
What can you think of to make your city awesome and eco-friendly?

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘An animal bigger than a dog’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘A teacher’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘A subject in school’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
3 Steps
Draw back-to-back

Don’t show others your card!

Choose one of the other players to do this activity with.
Sit back-to-back and explain in max. 30 seconds, to the
other player the below image, without saying what you see here:

Thus, you cannot say: ‘A bunny playing soccer’

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ACTIVITY CARD
30 seconds
10 Steps
Answer Unique

Read the statement below. All players have 30 seconds
to write down 5 answers to the statement. When all 5
answers are written down, you have to share what
you’ve written down. Whenever 2 or more players have
the same answer, they have to delete this answer. Only
unique answers are counted. For each unique answer,
you can take one step, up to maximum 10 steps.

‘Something in a kitchen’

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