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Team Building - Line Up

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An easy team building exercise you can use to get to know your fellow coworkers.

An easy team building exercise you can use to get to know your fellow coworkers.

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  • 1. Line Up
    Team-Building Exercise
    Duration: 20-30 minutes
    Participants: 5-10
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 2. Instructions
    Participants will form a series of single-file lines according to the specified criteria of each challenge.
    The designated starting and ending points for each line should span the length of the room.
    Pay attention to any additional challenges or discussion points.
    Most importantly...
    Have fun!
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 3. Example
    Line up in alphabetical order by first name.
    STARTING POINT (*):
    The letter “A”
    ENDING POINT (^):
    The letter “Z”
    Identify the starting and ending point in your room (* and ^):
    * ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ^
    An example line up might look like:
    * --- (Brian) ---- (Heather) --- (Mark)(Mary) ------ (Sarah) ---- (Wayne) -- ^
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 4. #1 - Geography
    Line up according to who lives, geographically, the furthest away from this room.
    STARTING POINT:
    You live in the room.
    ENDING POINT:
    You live on the opposite side of the planet (or in outerspace).
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 5. #2 – Years of Service
    Line up according to number of years with this organization.
    Added challenge: You can’t say any numbers.
    STARTING POINT:
    Today is your first day.
    ENDING POINT:
    You’ve been here since it began.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 6. #3 - Birthday
    Line up according to birthday (not year, but the day of the year you were born, e.g. February 11).
    Added challenge: You can’t speak at all.
    STARTING POINT:
    January 1
    ENDING POINT:
    December 31
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 7. #4 - Bookworm
    Line up according to how much you love to read.
    Added challenge: Use your height to depict the number of hours per week you read. Your actual height represents 7 hours (e.g. if you read 3.5 hours, you would bend down halfway).
    Discussion: What is your favorite thing to read?
    STARTING POINT:
    Would rather die than read.
    ENDING POINT:
    Would rather read than do anything else in the world.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 8. #5 - Height
    Line up according to height.
    Added challenge: You must keep your eyes closed.
    Discussion: How tall do you wish you were?
    STARTING POINT:
    Shortest.
    ENDING POINT:
    Tallest.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 9. #6 - Childhood
    Line up according to how happy you were as a 10 year old.
    Discussion: Why?
    STARTING POINT:
    It was the happiest time of your life.
    ENDING POINT:
    It was the worst time of your life.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 10. #7 - Fear
    Line up according to how much you fear death.
    Discussion: What is one thing on your bucket list?
    STARTING POINT:
    Don’t fear it at all.
    ENDING POINT:
    Think about it every day.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 11. #8 - Feedback
    Line up according to how much you liked this exercise.
    Added challenge: Be honest.
    Discussion: Why?
    STARTING POINT:
    Loved it; One of the greatest activities I’ve done.
    ENDING POINT:
    Hated it; Would have rather played 2 Truths and a Lie.
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com
  • 12. Credits
    Created by Humor That Workshttp://www.humorthatworks.com
    Photos from sxc.hu
    Created by Humor That Works
    http://www.humorthatworks.com

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