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Team Building Games: Nail Balance

Here's an activity that requires "out of the box" thinking.  This works best with This is a good team building activity to have available when folks first enter the room; it gives them an opportunity to focus on a challenge together and connect through sharing ideas about how to solve it.


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Comments

Lisa

For the activity of balancing nails are there any suggestions on how to guide the kids through it? I could not find any details on the website even after I sign in as directed.

>>> Responding to the above comment.

The complete lead-it-yourself game directions are located in the IATF members only area here:

http://www.IATF.groupsite.com

If you don't have an account in the IATF members only area you can create one here:

http://www.teachmeteamwork.com/teachmeteamwork/member-benefits-join.html

Let us know if you have any questions. We're ready to support you.

IATF Support Team

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