Simple Cooperative STEM activity for kids
Simple STEM activity game to encourage children to develop problem-solving skills, and learn to cooperate with one another! You only need cups, rubber band and pipe cleaners! More stem activities on blog!
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A great assortment of back to school activities that will get your students thinking and working cooperatively with their peers!
Ultimate Guide to Team Building Activities That Don't Suck
A team that works well together is more effective, more productive, and more successful — not to mention happier and more fun to work with! But team building at work can be tricky, especially when typical team building activities tend to induce more eye rolls among teammates than high-fives. Whether you were hired to put …
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“Rock Paper Scissors - noodle tag 1v1 fitness warmup working on agility, changing directions, quick thinking and safe tagging! https://t.co/EP2pRzxZ1A”
Large Group Hula Hoop games for ages prek and up!
Do you work with children at a church? Are you a Christian Educator? check out some of the other blogs I've written specifically for Christian Educators! FOR AGES PRESCHOOL AND UP!!! Ok. So the hubby is planning a retreat for our church and he put the two of us down to lead an hour of recreation. To help him out I said I'd take this on (I love doing this kind of thing anyway, but lets just say I did it out of love ;). Since we are scheduled right after worship and right before lunch I figure…
Skin the Snake | BOTC 2016 GAMES
Materials Needed: NONEParticipants: 5 boys, 5 girlsI do not know a clear, descriptive way of explaining this game. I’m sorry :( Rules: Participants may NOT l...
GOLF BALL: Best Summer Camp Game EVER! | Appel Farm Arts Camp
***Have you tried this yet? This game is a long-standing Appel Farm tradition. Play Golfball and more this summer! Click here to request info about camp!*** Sir, this is the first sport I've ever liked.
This is a handout for a team-building challenge. I used this with staff members and gave only the hand-out and the bag full of supplies. I also gave this to my 2nd graders with the rubberbands and strings already prepared and a few directions so that they could work together to build the tower with...
Team Building: Sneak a Peek
My poor fourth graders. This seems to be the year where the most issues occur at recess. From excluding others to changing the rules mid-...