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3D Minefield – team building activity

3D Minefield – team building activity

How to play This event is a great team building activity for building trust and communication. Imagine a 20 X 20 roped off area filled with live mouse traps, water hazards and “poisonous” vines. They aren’t really poisonous, just pieces of brightly colored string. Now imagine crawling through this minefield blindfolded with nothing to guide you but the directions your teammates give. Team members go into the minefield on a rotating basis to rescue important objects and they must be…

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The Helium Pole – team building game

The Helium Pole – team building game

The Helium Pole is part of our Indoor Team Building Challenge event. This event works very well for:           * Conference break out sessions          * When you have limited time and want a fun pick-me-up          * Poor weather conditions and you need to stay indoors How to play The helium pole is an indoor team building game which defies the laws of gravity and takes an incredible amount of well coordinated teamwork to be successful. The basic idea is simple – lower…

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5 Pointed Star – team building game

5 Pointed Star – team building game

The 5 Pointed Star team building challenge works well for large groups, indoor or out. Here is how it goes… How to play The 5 Pointed Star begins with participants gathering around a rope on the ground in the shape of a circle. Participants are instructed to pick up the rope with both hands and then shape the rope into a 5 pointed star, with all the overlaps and criss-crosses (just like the kind you drew in elementary school). Of…

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Group Juggle (Cat Juggling) – team building game

Group Juggle (Cat Juggling) – team building game

How to play Participants are grouped into a very large circle. The facilitator brings out 3 -7 cats (Beanie Baby stuffed animals work very well for this event). The group is told that today they will learn how to cat juggle.  One cat is thrown across the circle to one of the participants, he/she then throws the cat to another participant and so one until every participant has “juggled” the cat. It is then thrown back to the facilitator. This…

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