Field Games


 Field Games are designed to help groups to get some excess energy out to improve focus, as well as play.  Certain types of field games are used to help participants "come out of their shell" and be more comfortable with the group.

Ice Breakers

These activities are meant to be part of a warm-up or an intro to the group.  They are used to help participants become familiar with their peers and start to open up.

Includes being...

  • Highly interactive
  • Low Risk (Little to no chance of being embarrassed)
  • Social
  • Fun



These activities are meant to take the next step from the icebreakers and get participants, as they feel more comfortable, to take risks socially that they normally would not take.

Works on...

  • Increasing challenge of comfort zone
  • Being physically active
  • Social interaction
  • Taking more risk
  • Willingness to take consequences
  • Having fun
  • Being social


Skill Builders

These activities lead up to higher level activities while building many different aspects of a participant's mental well being.

Targets the development of...

  • Trust
  • Teamwork
  • Problem solving
  • Increase confidence
  • Creativity
  • Listening
  • Communication
  • Risk taking