Blindfolded Obstacle Course
Do you want to develop some trust within your group? Try this one!
Create an obstacle course (a playground works GREAT) and get your students or leaders to go through it working in pairs.
One person is blindfolded and the other (helper) is not. The helper can only lead their blindfolded partner through the obstacle course by using their voice. No touching is permitted!
For safety sake, have several “floaters” placed along the obstacle course helping as needed.
Idea by Scott Street
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