Cooperative Problem Solving Activities

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.

They must rely heavily on trust and communication to complete the challenge.

Trust Walk Working in pairs, blindfolded participants are led on a walk around the surrounding area or a course by their partners.

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.

Blindfold tent build is a great challenge for developing communication and leadership skills.

Circle of Silence One person is selected to stand in the middle of the circle wearing a blindfold, the objective of the challenge is for the rest of the group to pass a selected object (such a tin with marbles in) around the circle without making any noise.

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.


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