Here’s a list of fun problem solving activity examples to try with your team.
From blindfolds to raw eggs, these problem solving team building activities will have your team solving problems faster than Scooby and the gang.
is the estimated cost of supplies needed for each group of students involved in the activity.
Any reusable equipment that is necessary to teach the activity is not included in this estimate; see the Materials List/Supplies for details.
Sure, some games might end with a single winner, but the true goal of these exercises is to learn how to work together as a team to develop an agile mindset.
The winning team of each game should share their strategies and thought process at the end of the exercise to help everyone learn.
What You’ll Need: Here's the setting: Your team has been stranded in the office.
The doors are locked, and knocking down the doors or breaking the windows is not an option. Select an overseer who isn't on a team to build a random structure using Lego building blocks within 10 minutes. The other teams must replicate the structure exactly (including size and color) within 15 minutes.
Problem-solving is a process—an ongoing activity in which we take what we know to discover what we don't know.
It involves overcoming obstacles by generating hypo-theses, testing those predictions, and arriving at satisfactory solutions.