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Paper Bag Dramatics: A Fun Activity for Team Building and Developing Community

Paper Bag Dramatics: A fun activity for Team Building and Developing Community. Here's an idea that can be used just about anywhere at any time. It encourages groups to solve problems, think creatively, and work as a team.

Teamwork: Cup Stack Take 2

Last year the cup stack was one of my FAVORITE team building activities (see post here). So, naturally, I wanted to give it another shot! The Cup Stack is a fun, yet challenging activity that promotes team work. The supplies are basic: cups, string, rubber bands. I go ahead and tie the string to the rubber bands so it is ready to go. I make a few for groups of 4 and a few for groups of 5, this way no matter what the numbers are in the classroom I can make it work. I start by asking students…

Team-Building Activities for Back to School - The Colorful Apple

The first week of school sure is a busy one! I work hard to balance the mandatory paperwork with games, hands-on activities and team-building fun. Even with bigger kids, it’s important to keep them moving throughout the day and providing a variety of activities. 1. Marshmallow Tower For this activity, you’ll need the following materials […]

Team Building - There is No "I" in Team! - Teachers are Terrific

Team Building Games and activities for the beginning of the school year! (Or all year long!) Easy materials, easy set-up, full of learning that will last the whole year.

My Favorite Team Building Activity: On Asking for Help

One of my favorite things about leading UniCamp retreats was the opportunity to execute a team building activity that would spark a meaningful discussion and debrief afterward. It was all about the debrief. The learning outcome. The hands-on experience that translated to a lesson.