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Fun Team Building Activities inspire Trust and Build Employee Motivation. It Improves communication skills, promote harmony, and handle upsets and conflict. Participate in fun and energizing team building activities that turbo-charge morale, teach respect, and build trust.
1. Game Show Extravaganza: Trivia knowledge in this fun game show-style competition! Teams and face off against other groups in five rounds of photo and trivia challenges that cover everything from pop culture to politics.
2. Pictionary: Let out your inner artist as you bond with your team over a game or two of Pictionary. Each participant to contribute a word for artists to pick from when it’s their turn to draw.
3. Company Crest: This creative group activity in which employees create a crest to represent their company, the task is everyone to work together on one big crest.
4. Radio Play: The radio play is a much more approachable fun and creative format. Since it only requires voice acting, people are generally more willing to participate. At the same time, putting together a successful radio play requires collaboration, teamwork and lots of creative thinking.
5. Odd Couples: An exercise like this can give participants a reason to sit down and share experiences with people they might not mingle with otherwise. The focus on yes/no questions also improves communication skills.
6. Truth and Lies: A simple game to get people to open up. Teams gather together in an intimate environment. Each team member says three truths and one lie about himself. Team members have to guess the lie out of the four statements.
7. Body of Words: Fun and physical activity that engages the entire team is a good way to get people to relax. Picking a leader and collaborating helps build leadership, planning and cooperation.
8. Photo Finish: 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.
9. Building Bridges: Building bridges is fun, but when you have to build only one half and ensure that the opposing team does the same, it brings in interesting dynamics. Teams have to communicate clearly through verbal instructions to be successful. They also have to be good at solving problems, teamwork and collaborating on a design - again, without actually seeing each other
10. Team Emblem: A fun team activity, representing something the team collectively cares about can help you do that. Teams will have to first build consensus on their collective values, then divide tasks to succeed at this activity.
11. Daredevil: This is a fun team building game, because of its focus on verbal instructions, is great for building communication skills. It also requires leadership and decision-making; teammates have to decide who will volunteer and who will offer instructions.
12. Laughing Game: Each player takes it in turns to say “Ha ha", “Ho ho" or “Hee hee". Anyone who starts laughing is knocked out. The game goes, until one person’s left.
13. Improvisation: This game is great way to engage everyone in a relaxing, fun way. Teams with a set of six random objects come up with a two-to-three-minute skit making use of all the objects provided.
15. The Statue: One person is chosen to be the statue. At a certain point during the planned time, this person turns into a statue, in the middle of whatever they were doing. As people start noticing, they too become statues. The last person to notice becomes the next statue. Great fun, especially when people turn into statues in the middle of talking.
16. Mannequin Challenge: The Mannequin Challenge is a fun team activity featuring people imitating mannequins and freezing for the camera while music plays in the background.
17. Guess the Movie Name: Teams pick up a paper and acts out a scene of the movie written on it silently. Everyone else guesses the movie. The winner then takes their turn, with their partner and goes on.
18. Pranks: Pranks are not only funny if done well, but also your victim will know that they've been missed and appreciate it.
19. Blast Music: Blast music is fun and it is when everyone’s energy is starting to slump. Some people often get up and dance while others sing and clap during that moment. This helps in re-energizing a lot.
20. Photo Hunt: Everyone works in pairs to hunt down items provided on a list. Decide in advance which items they’ll look for, and whether your pair will be hunting inside or outsite. The fastest team to complete the list is the winner.
21. Laughter Yoga: Voluntary laughter provides the same physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. Have a Laughter Yoga session before each meeting to lower stress level and have more productive meetings that generate lots of creative ideas.
22. Tug-of-War: Tug of War is one of the most ancient games, also known as rope pulling, tugging war and war of tug, it remains today a popular sport that pits the strengths of two teams against each other and is practiced in some form in almost every country in the world.
23. Treasure Chest: Each member to write down on a piece of paper something that they want in life. Once done, they will place all the ideas into a treasure chest and pull out the pieces of paper one by one. Between the group, everyone should discuss how the person could reach these things that they want in life.
24. Twenty Questions: This activity will enhance communication and be fun for all employees to play is 20 questions. One employee to think of an item and then allow the other team members to ask 20 ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions that allow them to guess what the object is that the employee is thinking of.
25. Human Bingo: The team members mingle and talk to each other to find other members that match the descriptions, they tick off and write the person’s name in the box.
26. Paper Tower: Paper tower is a fun team building activity that helps improve time management, team bonding, decision making, communication skills, planning, timing and organisation.
27. Tsunami: Move people from one place to another place through team push.
28. Twin Soccer: Play actual Foot ball game by twins to reach goal.
29. Gaint Puzzlers: Arrange the Gaint pictures through the team members.
30. Face Painting: Bring the expected outcomes through the fabric paint from your team members
31. Water Balls: Move the ball from one end to the other end without any physical contact.
32. Kettle of Fish: Fill maximum water in a given time by passing behind to your team member
33. Huff N Puff: Move the object given from one end to the other end without any physical touch.
34. Simon Says: Remember the instructions given by Simon and vice versa
35. Throw the Rings: Place all the available rings to the poles given without approaching the boundaries.
36. Hoops Dance: Move the Hoops rings one end to the other end without breaking the human chain.
37. Longest Link: Participants will have to make longest link with the available resources.
38. Great Egg Drop: Small groups design an egg package to save an egg from breaking when dropped. Plus a 30 second jingle to sell their package. Followed by the great egg drop-off.
39. Amoeba: The group has to break off into smaller groups of the required number. Anyone who is not in a group, or in a group with the incorrect number, is out. Continue playing until only one person remains.
40. Team Hug Tag: Two people hold hands start off as being "it." they can try to tag any other player but they can only use their free hands. When they tag someone, that person joins onto them by holding hands. Remember, other players can only be tagged with one of the two free hands. Players are safe from being tagged if they find another player and hug them. The hug can only last for 10 seconds. The game continues until everyone is tagged.
41. Trains, Fox & Hunter: Groups of three. Two are free - fox and hunter. If fox gets on end of train, train becomes fox. If hunter catches fox, they swap.
42. 3-way Thumb Wrestle: In threes, each puts in one hand. Join hands with grip as per a 2-way thumb wrestle. Try to pin the other two members thumbs for victory. Victors can then go into competition etc. If you want a grand winner.
43. Chair Game: Hilarious, physically engaging, strategic group game. Create a tight circle of chairs (1 each). One person stands in middle, leaving a vacant chair. The person in the middle tries to sit in the "vacant chair" but other people keep switching into the vacant chair, making the gap move.
44. Giants, Wizards & Elves: Fun chasing game with suspense, laughter and exercise. Giant (arms up, roars) beats elf (hands to ears); elf beats wizard (waves wand & "kazaam"); wizard zaps giant.
45. All Stars: Give each person a piece of paper and have them draw a self-portrait. When everyone is finished, stick them all up on a wall.
46. Blanket Volleyball: The team should stand around the edge of the blanket, stretching it out so it is tight. The 'serving' team should start by placing the ball on the blanket, loosening then bringing it tight so it 'throws' the ball over the net. The other team then use their blanket to catch the ball then throw it back.
47. Cheeto Toss: The team with the most cheetos on their face wins! You can either time the race or have it end when they run out of cheetos. Super easy, messy, fun game!
48. Aardvark Relay: The aim of the game is for each team to transport a small pile of dried peas from a bowl on one side of the room to another bowl on the other side, using only their straw.
49. Copycat: The aim of the game is the for person who was sent out of the room to guess who the leader is. They get three chances to guess it right.
50. All Aboard: This activity requires teams to work together in close physical proximity in order to solve a practical and physical problem. It tends to emphasize group communication, cooperation, patience and problem solving strategy, as well as issues related to physical self and physical proximity.
51. Multi-Way Tug-of-War: Fun, physically demanding, competitive team activity. Several teams pull against each other, requiring communication and tactics as well as strength to outmanoeuvre and win.
52. Amoeba Race: Can you pull and stand up on top of the beam ? If only it was a short distance off the ground, but it’s not, it’s 40ft high!
53. Traffic Jam: Each player stands in a space in the playing area with a ball each. They must steer their car (ball) safely around the playing area (road) without losing control.
54. Human Chain: The whole aim of this task is for participants to use their communication skills as a tool to win a competition.
55. Cracker Ping Pong: The object of the game is to blow the table tennis ball past their opponent at the other end of the table. They are allowed to use their chest to block the ball.
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