Play That Tune – Free Team Building Game

Free
Duration: 20 - 40 minutes

Intended for:

This free team building game sets out to highlight the importance of individuals within a team and that everyone has a role to play.

The team building game allows participants to have fun and also highlights a serious point.

Training course contents:

A set of instructions for the Team Building Game, ‘Play That Tune’ can be downloaded from the link at the bottom of this page, or you can follow the notes below.

Resources Needed – lots of easy to play (or easy to make a sound) instruments, for example: Drums, Bongos, Xylophone, Triangle, Recorder, Jaws Harp, Guitar etc.

 

Prior to starting this team building game, the trainer should clearly explain the instructions to the group.

Provide each of the participants with an instrument and explain that at the end of the team building game you would like them to have created a meaningful tune between them

Start by asking the person with the drums to bash out a continual rhythm that will set the tone for the team.

When there is a set rhythm going from the drummer. Move to the next instrument player and ask them to add a basic tune to the drummer’s rhythm.

Continue moving through the instruments asking the person to add to the tune until everyone is playing a small part.

If carried out carefully, you will find that the participants can establish something quite tuneful by simply sticking to their role and contributing a small part to the whole tune.

You may need to stop, pause or otherwise allow participants to rest or start again throughout the game, but if you perceiver with the task you will get some excellent outcomes.

The team building game ends when they have achieved the task or the trainer calls a halt to the proceedings.

The team building game should be seen as a fun activity that promotes working together as a team. The serious point is that a team is the sum of its parts and that we all have a role to play in creating something worthwhile, which should be discussed during the review.

During the review, ensure you allow everyone to talk and discuss their feelings and how they felt the game developed. What was their role? Was it positive? What was the outcome? How did it feel? Etc.

 

Objectives:

The team building game should be seen as a fun activity that promotes working together as a team. The serious point is that a team is the sum of its parts and that we all have a role to play in creating something worthwhile, which should be discussed during the review.

This Team Building Game works well with our Team Building Training Materials.

Play That Tune – Free Team Building Game

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