Team Building




  • To provide a cohesive environment, leading to harmonious thinking and exploration
  • To reach a level of nonverbal communication that goes beyond typical experiences
  • To learn to employ these practices for work-related tasks


Use the activity when group morale is low or when a group needs to learn how to work together better.


All levels in groups of four to six


Thirty minutes

Handouts, Materials, and Equipment

  • A sheet of 11″ × 17″ paper and a pencil for each group
  • A collection of common objects found in an office, such as a pencil sharpener, chair, pen, or stapler, with at least one for each ...

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