When most people think of team building activities, they often picture elaborate events, such as ropes courses, or games that involve supplies, such as the popular Saving Sam activity. Even though I have never saved Sam, I have led hundreds of Girl Scouts through a ropes course and understand the value of asking a group of people to work together to complete a challenging task followed by a debriefing.   I regularly use team building activities to build camaraderie within classes and to prepare students for group work.  This year, I’ve had to search for a few new games to add to my list sinceRead More →