Photo of boxes with questions printed on them and numerous sticker dots to show votes.Quick feedback can be collected by providing opportunities for participants to vote, using things like different colored dot stickers, coins or other props.Votes can be collected on a poster board, in collection boxes or other shared location, ideally so that all participants can see the growing tally.

When to Use: Any time for feedback

Estimated Time: 5-10 minutes

Participants: Young Children, Youth, Adults, Educators

Supplies: Flexible depending on setting and group. Try these different options.

  • Verbal answers or raise of hands to a prompt or posted question
  • Dot stickers, large sheets of paper or posterboards
  • Coins or pom poms with voting jar or collection box


  • Ask Yes/ No or simple multiple choice questions for making group decisions or collecting preferences
  • Use colors or smiley face icons for quick voting on reactions or feelings
  • Use star ratings for feedback on quality of experience