Each letter of the alphabet has a value. When the letter is called out by the facilitator the word used MUST BEGIN with the letter without exception.
Select a theme, the alphabet game works best with a theme, so that everyone's attention is focused on words that come from a particular idea. Some great themes include: Shopping, Animals and food, countries, household items, kitchen items, or let the group decides on the theme!
CAMP SKABA- Two man shelters
If you are out in the wilderness, you don’t need a tent to create a comfortable shelter. You can take advantage of materials issued by your facilitators to build a comfortable place to spend the night or stay dry in the rain. Your shelter will adjust based on how many people you are camping with, where you are, and if you have any other materials with you. Luckily, there are several different ways you can create covering for yourself.
Teams will be issued with a piece of rope, covering and a few droppers.
Team Format-Two Players or Two Teams
Giant Chess is normally played in recreational time but teams can also compete against each other.
The giant chessboard consists of 64 square spaces in an 8x8 grid. Each player or group of players have 16 pieces to play with.
Team Format where LEADERSHIP plays a big role!
Team of 6 players competes against their rival team
Determine which two players will carry the OCTOPUS and which 4 players will balance the OCTOPUS.
Place your bottle of water on the head of the OCTOPUS and let the race begin!
This brain teaser will challenge your group to their limits.
Group dynamics comes into play when the whole group has to cross the bridge with limited resources.
We identify learners with high potential, not performance.
We look at the level of engagement of learners.
We identify those who makes things happen and those who wait for things to happen.
Does the learner proactively make suggestions for process improvement.
This challenge is a math game that requires participants to re-stack a set of items while observing a few simple rules.
The result finds the original stack in a different place, but the original order of the items must remains the same.
The Spider's Web is a fun game that teaches learners teamwork and cooperative skills.
Learners have to lift each member of their team through the web.
Once the opening in the web was used that opening is closed for the remaining duration of the game.
Communication, planning and body strength play a huge role in this fun activity.
Giant Jenga is a fun game that teaches learners self control, decision making and cooperative skills.
So, Jenga is a game of skill and strategy. In the game, you build a tower, move the pieces and hope that you aren't the one who makes it fall.
Jenga is played with 54 wooden blocks. Each block is three times as long as its width, and one fifth as thick as its length.
Jenga is a good recreational game and good fun, especially in a group!