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Blindfold Activities | Quick Team Building | Problem Solving | Active Team Building | Creative Team Building Blind Count Off The group stand in an outward facing circle with their backs to one another.
They are then asked to get in order by their birthdays (month and day, year isn’t necessary), however they are not allowed to talk.
You can also get them to get in order by height, shoe size, favourite colour etc.
Perfect Square In this activity, the team has to form a perfect square using rope while blindfolded.
Robots The objective of this fun blindfold activity is for smaller sub-teams to work together and communicate effectively to retrieve a bomb before the other teams.This challenge focusses on communication, trust and cooperation.Sheep and Shepherd In smaller teams, blindfolded team members must be guided into a pen by the shepherd giving them verbal commands.Blind Draw In this activity, the team has to instruct their “artist” to draw an item.They have to describe their chosen item without revealing what it is and they are not able to see what the “artist” is drawing.This activity focusses heavily on verbal communication and listening skills.Balloon Sculptures The team is tasked with creating balloon sculptures that reflect how they view the team.Below are more than a hundred fun, free team building activities that can improve teamwork, develop trust, and enhance problem solving skills and the best part is, the majority of these team challenges can be delivered anywhere, by anyone and with limited or no equipment.All you have to do is click on the link of one of the team building activities and you will be taken to an information page containing: challenge description, equipment requirements and suggested learning outcomes.Great for developing communication skills, especially active listening and they are also good fun!Blindfolded Egg Carry In this activity, pairs of participants will work together to transport a raw egg on a spoon.