This highly engaging game takes about 15-30 minutes and is awesome to convey learning on trust, active listening and communication.
To make it more difficult, create specific routes the blindfolded team members must walk or only allow certain words/clues to be used for guiding.
Divide the group into teams of 2 or 4 and blindfold one of the members.
The others stand outside the enclosed area and verbally instruct the blindfolded teammate to navigate across the route, picking up the toys and avoiding stepping on sheets of paper (mines) or outside the enclosed area.
The game requires 2 players to sit back to back, where one team member is given a picture of an object or word.
Without specifying directly what the thing is, the person must describe the image without using words that clearly give away the image.
How does he get all three of his purchases back home safely?
The villagers can help him in arriving at the solution, which is really simple if the group thinks creatively and together.
This is a very fun and challenging game that requires lot of communication and coordination among the teammates.
The group is asked to stand in a circle around a long piece of string tied at the ends to form a circle.