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Team Building Games: Electric Hands

Team Building Games: Butt Spelling

Here's a teamwork exercise that is somewhat competitive (all in good fun) and works well with large groups.

Each small team has a speller (a butt speller) that is provided with a secret word. The butt speller runs back to their small team and must get their team to say the secret word.  The butt speller is allowed to use their bottom (aka butt) to spell out letters to help their team get the word faster than any of the other teams. 

Yes, I know.  It's a little over the top.  With the right group though you can have a lot of fun with this teambuiding activity.

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Comments

Molly

definitely a way to break the ice! I love games that require both physical and mental skills, I play a game called it's a knockout (an obstacle course game) with my team, which does require both of these skills, however I have played it with my employees a few times now and need some new fresh ideas. I can't wait to try out this one!

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