Outrageously Fun Community-Building Games for 30+ People
The best times I can recall as a member of my local youth group were the outrageously fun games we played during many of our…
When I first started as an experiential educator, one of the most powerful ways to learn was to emulate the program delivery models of some of my favourite heroes and heroines. Why invent the wheel, I thought?
For example, I would watch trainers such as Karl Rohnke and marvel at how easy he made it look to engage his groups and achieve outstanding team-building outcomes. I wanted the same results, so I often started my planning guided by the sequence of activities that Karl delivered.
More than 30 years later, I am regularly asked for a list of these types of activity sequences. Today, I want to share a brief 60-minute team-building program that was successfully presented a few years back.
There is a danger in being too prescriptive that you may follow the sequence I share without paying too much attention to the unique needs and abilities of the group you serve.
So, with this in mind, take a look at the following sequence of activities and adjust accordingly.
Props: 1 x hula-hoop, stop watch, 3 x coloured-objects (red, yellow & green)
My strongest recommendation is to start with this basic framework and then swap one or more activities with those you discover in playmeo’s activity database that you believe would be more appropriate for your group or program needs.
This template is drawn from my book Serious Fun, in which I include 40 x free program templates, all with simple step-by-step instructions. Click the link below to purchase today.
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