Re: Trust Games
Kenneth De Vilbiss (K_E_DeVilbiss@MSN.COM)
Sat, 26 Oct 1996 07:47:11 UT
Roland Harding wrote:
>> I am looking for a number of trust games.
Marv Rosen writes:
>for team building try a blindfold maze where one member is able to see
>and provides verbal directions
Please supervise these games very closely. My brother had his nose brok
a Church Youth Group Halloween Party when his "Friends" decided it would be
funny to walk him into a pole while blindfolded. He doesn't trust very easily
any more. The idea is a good one, just be sure it is taken in the right
direction and doesn't get out of hand. I have played one where the
blindfolded person is fed by/feeds his/her partner. It worked very nicely.
Ellen DeVilbiss K_E_DeVilbiss@msn.com
DL, TC Pack 80, CSRT Commissioner, Arapahoe District, Long's Peak Council
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