At a “Computer Games” theme night at our youth group, we played this game in honor of the ol’ Minesweeper game. It was pretty intense…
The objective of this team building exercise is simple – hard boil an egg. The catch is that it is to be boiled in the middle of a river. This is a great team building exercise that requires not only teamwork, but also ingenuity, perseverance, and some fire starting skills.
How It Works
Each team starts with one egg, one tin can, and one matchbook. They are given an area in which them must hard boil their egg. Usually the water should be about knee deep, but you can adjust the depth according to your location and your particular group. The deeper the water, the greater the difficulty – especially in moving water.
For a totally new way to do pictionary, try blind pictionary. In this game, everyone has a pen and paper, and is blindfolded. The players…
Water balloons are a heap of fun on a hot summer’s day. But how do you avoid the chaos of a free-for-all? (Although that has it’s place, too.) If you’re looking for a water balloon game that has a little bit of structure and control, but still a whole pile of fun – here’s a water balloon game that is sane, safe, and yes, very soggy.
This game has its origins in a camp setting, so I’ll explain it in that context – though you can easily adapt it to fit your situation.
For a quick & easy game that is absolute chaotic fun, try ‘Bouncy Ball Madness’. You know those little rubber bouncy balls you can get at the dollar store? The ones that bouncy like crazy? Always keep some of them on hand. They are a blast. Here are two games we play with them.