Group participating in All Aboard Challenge Course element

All Aboard

Ground-based challenge to foster planning & creativity.

  • Simple set-up
  • Fosters collaboration
  • Inspires creativity
  • Multiple variations

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Comments (2)

  1. David Piang-Nee

    Great activity that we use quite often at our camp. Really helps group to give things a go and try to push past the initial thoughts of “ This is impossible” towards “How can we as a team or group work to achieve this.”

    Depending on the age group, I may also add time to reflect midway to access what is working and may be hindering the team, to assist them with refocussing and refining their strategy.

    There will usually be multiple attempts to this so that also fosters or demonstrates the need to keep pushing though challenges and really assist each other to get the task completed.

    • Mark

      Yes, David, inviting groups to reflect part-way through an activity can be a wonderfully simple way to help them to re-focus.

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