Wondering what type of activities are out there for the youth in your life? Then check out this article! It’s full of great seasonal activities to keep your youth active all year round and, out of trouble.
Some just can’t get enough with watching outdoor winter Team Bonding Singapore like a hockey game. With the company of your friends, you can hit the ice for some action. Just remember to put on the right gears and a good pair of hockey skates.
The most old-fashioned game for team building is the treasure hunt. Team building activities members are divided into two or three teams and they are provided with some clues to get to the treasure. How they work their way and decipher the clues is the beauty of the game. While trying to achieve one single target, the team mates get to know each other. In order to win this game, a team is required to interact, co-operate and respect each other while thinking as one entity.
Children are naturally active and curious. Being outdoors allows many opportunities to satisfy both of these at the same time. They create games that allow them to run and jump or climb. They play louder and faster. Playing outside strengthens their muscles, their imaginations and their lungs.
Each team gets points for each activity if they are not disqualified, depending on where they finish. I keep score announcing the positions of each team regularly. It is amazing how often the lead changes and that the final activity decides the winning team.
Picnic: Although this may not be “free” it is very in expensive and can pay off big. When you plan a monthly or bi monthly activity, off work hours, you will notice a big difference in staff moral. This picnic or day at the park can be a “pot luck” meaning everyone brings something, making it cost-effective. There is no time off work or space to book when you use this method. Families of team members are also invited, making it more of a social gathering.
Camping. Not all outdoor kids are sucker for adrenalin rush. There are also those who may want to stay outside and far from their comfort zone, yet they stay away from those who seemed to have death wishes. For these types of outdoorsy people, camping is appropriate. Although camping are the best in African safaris, a nearby forest is good enough. It is cheap and not too far away from home, not to mention safe from the dangers of extreme activities. That is a relief already.
Tightrope Walking: Tie a twenty foot rope into a circle. Let all the participants stand around in a circle and hold the rope, with half an arm’s length gap between each person. All the people in the circle grab on to the rope tightly and lean backwards as much as they can so that the rope is taut. One person, with the help of a broomstick or staff to use as support, climbs on to the rope and walks around the circle. This activity promotes team building and trust.