Noodle Dual

Noodle Dual

Noodle Dual " Quick Synopsis Get your group moving around and working on communication while trying to whack the other team with a pool noodle. Ideal for building: Communication, trust, and group energy " What You Need to Play 4+ people 2 standard pool noodles 2...
The Big Picture

The Big Picture

The Big Picture " Quick Synopsis A leader from each team studies a picture for 15 seconds and memorizes as much as possible. The leader then goes back to their team to describe the picture, who then has to draw based on the instructions. Ideal for...
More than a Pencil

More than a Pencil

More than a Pencil " Quick Synopsis Encourage your team’s creativity and challenge them to work together to come up with a brand new use for an old tool. The pencil. Ideal for building: teamwork, communication, innovation, creativity " What You Need to Play 4-30...

How to play Soccer

Soccer Basics The object of soccer is to score on the opposing team’s goal while preventing  them from scoring on your own team’s goal. Soccer is played with 2 teams of 11 players.  The team that has scored the most goals after time expires, wins the game....

How to play Basketball

Basketball Basics -The object of basketball is to score on your opponent’s team by putting the ball through their hoop while preventing them from scoring on your own team’s hoop. This is the basic premise if you’re learning how to play basketball....

How to play Clue

Background Info: Clue is a board game that has been around since 1948.  The style of the game is murder mystery, deduction, and bluffing.  Clue is considered best when playing with 4 or 5 players, but can be played with 3-6.  The basic object of the game is to be the...

How to Play Go

Originating in China, Go is an ancient game of strategy. An Introduction The game of Go is played on a flat board divided up in to a 19 by 19 grid of evenly spaced lines. That’s 19 horizontal lines by 19 vertical lines. The board looks like a grid of squares,...

How to Play Spoons

Spoons is a fun card game for three or more players. The more the merrier! It’s simple to learn and can be played by children or adults. There’s even a version of spoons that has become popular as a drinking game at parties. It’s a sneaky game...

How to Play Go Fish

Go Fish is a great game for 2 to 6 people.  This is how you set up the game: 5 cards (7 cards if only 2 people are playing) are dealt to each player from a standard 52-card deck. The balance of the deck is splayed out in the middle of the group. The object of Go Fish...

How to Play Tennis

Tennis is one of the world’s most beloved and popular sports.  This is probably due to it being really fun and exciting, but also because of how quickly and easy it is to learn how to play tennis. Requiring only a usable court, a tennis racquet, a few tennis...