TEAMBUILDING ACTIVITIES THAT BRING THE “FUN” TO MEETINGS ACSA Region 7 Conference Saturday, May 5, 2012 Dr. Lisa Gonzales – State ACSA
AgendaOUTCOMES:* Experience new activities to be used withteams at school/district/parents/students* Add more pizzazz to meetings andimprove work quality and communicationWHO’S IN THE ROOM?STAND UP, SIT DOWN…
M&M GAME Communication styles # of people 10 minutes Prep: 15 minutes Materials needed? Small M&M packages (one/person)
M&M GAME Instructions: For each piece of M&M candy they took, they will have to answer a question, depending on its color. Red candy: favorite hobbies Green candy: favorite foods Yellow candy: favorite movies Orange candy: favorite places to travel Brown candy: most memorable or embarrassing moments Blue candy: wild cards (they can share anything they choose)
Teambuilding Teams of 5-6 (15-60 people) 20-30 minutes Prep: 10 minutes Large space, high energy! Materials needed? Instruction sheetGROUP PURSUIT
Instructions: Review member rights Split into teams Each team receives one instruction sheet 10 minutes to collect 100 points GO!GROUP PURSUIT
LIFE WITH THE WRIGHT FAMILY Communication, following directions, listening Large group (100) to small groups(10) 5 minutes Prep – none! Need a writing utensil
EGG DROP Teambuilding Small teams to large groups – 5 max 20-30 minutes Prep – 10 minutes Supplies – raw eggs, rolls of tape, 10 sheets of paper Fun!
EGG DROP Instructions: Each group has 8 minutes to find way to get the raw egg safely from being held atop a chair to the group w/o breaking using only the tape and 10 sheets of paper provided.
ZOOM!• Teambuilding, fun, problem solving• Large group (100+) or small (20)•7-10 minutes•Prep – none!•Space to stand in a large circle•Can only say Zoom! No other talking
GREEN VEGGIES Teambuilding, pizzazz at start of meeting Small teams to large groups – 4 max 10 minutes Prep – none! Supplies – timer Fun!
GREEN VEGGIES Each person, working individually, has 1 minute to write down as many green veggies as possible. Pair up with one other person – 2 minutes to get as many as possible. Teams of 4 – which can get the most in 2 minutes? Debrief – which was more effective?
TALK A MILE A MINUTE Communication, fun Large group (100+) or small (10) Need to have a partners – 2’s best Prep – ppt with pictures (google images) Need projector, space to pair up
DIRECTIONS: TALK A MILE A MINUTEGOAL: Get your partner to say the word, item,picture, or whatever it is that is seenTalker can say anything but…• Words in a title• “Sounds like” or “rhymes with”May skip one and come backTeam raises hands when finished
TALK A MILE A MINUTE
TALK A MILE A MINUTE
THANK YOU! Now, go out and energize your world! Don’t forget your evaluation! Find this powerpoint at: