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Team building activities for kids that work


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Team building activities for kids that work

  1. 1. Brought To You By http://teambuildingactivitieshq.comTeam Building Activities ForKids That Work Brought to you by Team Building Activities HQAll Rights Reserved © 2011 Team Building Activities HQ
  2. 2. Brought To You By http://teambuildingactivitieshq.comChildren of all ages need to work on teambuilding, as do adults. Teambuilding is something that each person can learn from. The trick withteam building for children is finding out what works. Children have alow attention span and get board easily, this makes planning for teambuilding a little more difficult. IN order to make team building work forchildren, the activities need to be kept simple and the games need tobe fun. If these things do not happen it can be hard to keep the interestof the children.Most team building activities for kids are fun. This is because themakers of team building games and events know the mind of a child.Making team building something that is both fun and informative iswhat the process is all about. Below are some examples of kids friendlyteam building activities, that will keep children entertained.Never Have I Ever: Never Have I Ever is an icebreaker game that helpspeople get to know each other better. Everyone sits in a circle and taketurns saying something they have never done. Each player starts withten fingers showing. Each time says something that you’ve done, youdrop a finger. The goal is to be the last player remaining. This get-to-know-you game can be played indoors or outdoors. The recommendednumber of people for this game is ten to fifteen, but all group sizes canplay by dividing into appropriate sized groups. Recommended age is 8and up. No special materials are required.Superlative Game: The Superlative Game is a simple icebreaker thatasks players to line up in ascending order for various differentAll Rights Reserved © 2011 Team Building Activities HQ
  3. 3. Brought To You By http://teambuildingactivitieshq.comcategories (e.g. height, birthday month, etc.). It’s very easy to learn andplay, and it doesn’t require a lot of time. This game can be classified asa get-to-know-you style icebreaker. The recommended group size ismedium, large, or extra large groups. Players will be divided intomultiple teams of at least five people. This game can be played bothindoors or outdoors. There are no special materials required to play. Itworks great with all ages.Lost on a Desert Island: Lost on a Deserted Island is a teambuildingactivity that also helps people share a little about them selves. Giventhe scenario that everyone is lost and stranded on a deserted island,each person describes one object that they would bring and why. Thisgame is a teambuilding and get-to-know-you icebreaker. Therecommended group size is medium, although small and large groupsizes are possible too. An indoor setting is ideal. No special props ormaterials are required.These games are fun, and will keep children active and busy. Makingsure that team building is fun, will help the leader control the childrenbetter. Team building is a great skill to teach children, and when donein the right way, it can change the lives of our children.All Rights Reserved © 2011 Team Building Activities HQ
  4. 4. Brought To You By http://teambuildingactivitieshq.comTo learn more about team building activities for theworkplace come visit us at:http://teambuildingactivitieshq.comIf you’d like 31 free icebreakers to take your teambuilding activities to the next level you can get that forfree by visiting: if you’d like an advanced toolbox of team buildingactivities, then I recommend you take a look at this: Rights Reserved © 2011 Team Building Activities HQ