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Mine field

You can use Mine field if you want to teach people how to adapt to the style of communication that others have. But it is also very entertaining.

This activity promotes:

  • Teambuilding
  • Acceptation & Understanding
  • Making Agreements
  • Teamwork
  • Many more….


Time: 20 – 30 min

Participants: 2 or more

Inside and Outside


Required materials:

Anything that can be used as a obstacle (mine). Think of  frisbees, pillars, plates, bags and more. You can use ropes to define the Mine field.


Give instructionds while the participants stand in a circle.


The participant work in couples.

How it works:

  • One of the two is blindfolded( you can also close your eyes).
  • The other stand on the other side of the mine field and will guide the person that is blindfolded through the field.
  • Guided by the instruction of the other the blindfolded person walks through the mine field. If he/she touches one of the mines however they have to start again.
  • If the blindfolded person makes it to the other side. He/she makes contact with the other persons hand and the mission has been accomplished.


  • Multiple people cross the mine field from different directions.


What happened?

What did the other person need?

What did you learn?

Security check

Give good intructions and pay attention to the game. Avoid people walking into walls if you play indoors.


Have you ever?

This activity promotes:


Time: 10 – 20 min.

Participants: 6 or more

Inside and outside


Required materials

A tire or hoop for each participant (and maybe yourself).


Put the tires in a wide circle, approximately 2m from each other. In case you have a very big group, put the tires closer to each other. One tire lays in the middle. Give instructions while everybody is standing in his/her tire.

How it works

  • The person in the middle says “Have you ever….<names an activity such as “flying”>
  • The condition is that this person needs to have done this activity himself.
  • Everybody that has done this activity, steps out of his tire and finds another one.
  • Consequently someone else steps into the tire in the middle and the game repeats itself.


  • When the group is ready for it you can interfere and create more openness.


(Most of the time the exercise doesn’t need to be evaluated)

You can of course ask questions such as.

What did you learn from each other?