Tied Together

A great, easy game for building relationships and getting people to work together. Teammates are tied together by the wrist and must complete a series of simple tasks. To be successful, everyone has to collaborate closely and communicate well. Number of participants: 4-16 people Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Focus on teamwork, build relationships and communicate clearly How to […]

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Sneak-a-Peak

In this building-focused game, teams have to create a copy of a pre-built structure based on a “sneak peak”. Teams will have to value teamwork, communication and problem solving to succeed. Plus, it involves Legos. And who doesn’t love Legos? Number of participants: 4-20 people divided into two teams. Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Focus on teamwork and communication […]

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Team Jigsaw

A deceptively simple game. Teams have to complete a jigsaw puzzle within the specified time limit. Except there’s one catch: some of the puzzle pieces are with the opposing team. To successfully complete their puzzle, the teams are forced to work together. Number of participants: 8-20 people divided into two teams. Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Build collaboration, problem […]

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Build Bridges, Not Walls

Two teams build separate halves of a bridge using the materials provided. Once finished, they have to work together to make the halves fit. A great game for building collaboration and creativity skills. Number of participants: 8-20 people – at least enough to create two teams Duration: 60 minutes Objective: Build creative thinking, communication, collaboration and problem solving […]

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Photo Finish

A quick and easy game that can be played with small teams with zero equipment. Participants have to walk across a finish line at exactly the same time in a “photo finish”. Great for testing coordination. And for getting a frame-worthy picture for your office. Number of participants: 4-20 people Duration: 20 minutes Objective: Focus on communication and […]

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Buckets & Balls

This game is picked right from your favorite old-school game shows. Teams compete against each other to move balls from one bucket to another…without using their hands or arms. This limitation and the timed nature of the game creates a lot of opportunities for fun mishaps. Plus, to win, players will have to work together […]

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Hole in Many

Another simple, fun game that gets the entire team involved in something physical. Essentially, the team has to balance a tennis ball on a tarpaulin with holes cut into it randomly. Being good at this game requires the entire team to coordinate and work together. Number of participants: 8-24 people Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Learn teamwork How to […]

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Body of Words

This is a simple, fun game that gets everyone involved physically. The goal is for your team to create letters and words with their bodies alone. It’s a great way to get people to loosen up and have fun at a team retreat. Number of participants: 8-24 people Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Learn planning, creative thinking and cooperation How to […]

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Blind draw

This activity is similar to back-to-back drawing, except that it focuses on teams instead of individuals. The goal is the same: draw an object using only verbal instructions. Teamwork and communication are vital to be good at this game. Number of participants: 6-20 people Duration: 30-45 minutes Objective: Focus on teamwork and communication skills in a group setting […]

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Back-to-Back Drawing

This fast, fun activity is a quick take on Pictionary. You can do it outdoors or indoors, though the physical nature of this activity makes it more suitable for relaxed outdoors environments. Use it as an interlude between longer activities or at the very start of the event to get people in a relaxed state. […]

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