Teambuilding for teens


Have fun when you plan your teambuilding event for teens. Have a make your own pizza party. Produce a backyard play or hold a musical concert in your garage. Design your own scavenger hunt or develop an amazing race obstacle course. Take your teambuilding teens to a paintball course and play captures the flag. Be creative.



When is it the right time to get teens involved in teamwork and what it means to be part of a team? There are many great ways to introduce kids to team building. Use team building games and activities to get kids understanding the meaning of being on a team. There are several ways to do this. Choosing team activities should be done with your team in mind. Gear games towards certain purposes or outcomes. Teens do not take long to catch on and they tend to be very eager learners. Capture their attention with fun, intriguing activities and your team will come together in no time. Try to find some games that get kids working together on some kind of problem solving. Teens can naturally have a shorter attention span than adults so you want to present this type of activity in a fun manner. Create a reward system for teams that are able to work together in order to reach a common goal. When they solve the problem and receive a reward, it gives them initiative to keep working hard and co-operating with the others on their team. The best games are those that require direct interaction between team members. Organize a game of 20 questions for the kids to play while team building. Draw up a series of cards with different questions on each. Have each child select a card and then ask another the questions from it. It's a great way for the kids to share and discover common interests. Teens need to be entertained and social when in a large group. This will lighten the mood considerably and help the quieter team members to come out of their shell. Have the teens sit in a circle or around a table and share their favorite things. Start with something like movies or books and move on to anything from toys to animals. Sharing interests creates discussion. When you share interests with someone, it is easier to relate to them. Teens ultimately want to be friends with most other kids. Encouraging them to get along socially is always positive. By sharing interests they can form valuable bonds that will serve them as both individuals and as a team. Organize a scavenger hunt of some kind that requires the teens to work as teams. Give each team a list of items that they must find and a time limit that is the same for all of them. Have a prize for each team regardless of who wins. It is all about having fun and learning to work together to solve a problem or make a discovery. Have idea sharing time so that the teens can give valuable input they may otherwise keep to themselves. Sometimes encouragement is needed to get people of all ages to open up and contribute without fear. It is even more so with kids. Team building for kids should be fun and positive but also be effective. Teaching teens how to work, as a team now will serve them throughout their adult, professional life. Add to your miniature collection, or start a new one! Come see our large selection of affordable doll house furniture and accessories. Visit us online at http://www.TheMagicalDollhouse.com today.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Lily_Morgan




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