Start with Ice Breakers (±15 minutes)
All team buildings start with ice breakers. The group would stand in a circle and do hilarious interactive events. Here are just some of our most popular and daring ice-breakers;
(1) Hula Hoops - the group stand in a circle, hold hands and pass a hula hoop around without letting go. Then more hulas are added to the circle from the other direction. Someone would need to pass a few hulas without letting go.
(2) Surviving Johannesburg - in a circle, individuals have to draw like in the Wild West - "bang-bang!". Eventually the sole survivor is proclaimed King of Johannesburg.
(3) Piggyback - when the whistle blows, members must find a partner and piggy-back that partner. When we say, "Turn Charlie Around," Charlie must climb his way to the front and then again to the back making a 360⁰. This is easier than it seems.
(4) Newspaper - when the whistle blows, members must stand on a newspaper. After each whistle, the newspapers are folded in half. Eventually it would take balance and strategy to balance on the newspapers.
(5) Kissing the Baby - delegates kisses fictionist baby, tells the crowd and passes the baby. With next round, they have to kiss the person standing next to them, where they kissed the baby.
(6) Passing the Stick - the group stand in a circle and have to pass a stick around with their knees without using their hands.
(7) Ball to Neck - teams have to pass a tennis around without using their hands.