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Team Building Games: ESP

Team Building Games: Electric Hands

This team activity is fast-paced and fun.  Though it can be seen as a competitive game, you as leader can set the tone for the objective of fun.

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Taki Moore

Tom, if i've got a group of 60 students, how could I make this work?

Would you split it into 6 team s of 10 and have 3 races going?



Tom Heck

Hi Taki -- Large groups can play this game and here's how I work it - - I create a "demo" group (20 people) and everyone else watches them to learn how to play. After a couple of demo rounds I would create two more teams (20 each). I would rotate from one group to another as they play - answering questions and giving guidance. Tom

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