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Teambuilding Game: Funderbird

The Funderbird teamwork activity can be used as an effective icebreaker when it's time to get people out of their seats, moving and working as a team while having fun.

The basic challenge is for the team of 6-10 people to keep hitting the Funderbird in the air with their hand.  Ask the group to keep it going for 20 consecutive hits.  If the Funderbird touches the ground the group must start over. 

If you have a large group simply divide into teams of 6-10 and supply each group with their own Funderbird.

You can make or buy a Funderbird.  Click the link below to learn how.

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