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.
Would you like to lead this teambuilding game with your group?
I'll send you the complete teambuilding game write-up! Just
subscribe to my free TeachMeTeamwork.com teamwork ideas e-newsletter
(see the form in the right hand column). In addition to receiving a
free teambuilding games e-book, I'll regularly send you complete and
detailed lead-it-yourself instructions to teambuilding games like the
one above. The lead-it-yourself instructions include:
- Setup & Preparation directions
- Comments and insights about the teambuilding game
- Debriefing suggestions
- Detailed "how to make it" if props are involved
- Video clips and photos
Over time you'll receive over 100 new and different lead-it-yourself teambuilding game write-ups for FREE.
CLICK HERE for a sample teambuilding game write-up.
Do you need immediate access to my growing online archive of lead-it-yourself teambuilding games? When you purchase my popular Multimedia 3-CD Training Bundle, I'll immediately send you the password to my online archive of teambuilding game write-ups. Learn more HERE.
>> Lead consciously. Learn how HERE