- Each team picks a team member to complete the challenge for their team.
- Each team is timed and if they do not complete the task in a minute the team receives 0 points for that challenge.
- The team that completes the task in the least amount of time gets the most possible points. For example, we had 5 teams so the best possible score for each challenge was 5 points. So team with lowest time gets 5 points, then 4, then 3 and so on.
- At the end the team with the highest score wins (in our case- the Cushmans).
We did the following challenges:
- Going the Distance
- Baby Blockin
- A Bit Dicey
- Elephant March
- Caddy Stack
- Defying Gravity
- Breakfast Scramble
- Noodling Around
We altered some of them a bit to fit our space and equipment needs. There are so many options that I'm sure we'll be doing this again with different challenges. It was a really fun night. We had 5 teams (couples- so 10 people total) which I would recommend (maybe 6 couples MAX).
This would also be a great team building activity for corporate events and perfect for birthday parties for older kids.
|GOING THE DISTANCE CHALLENGE|
|BABY BLOCKIN CHALLENGE|
|A BIT DICEY CHALLENGE|
|CADDY STACK CHALLENGE|
|DEFYING GRAVITY CHALLENGE|
|BREAKFAST SCRAMBLE CHALLENGE|
|NOODLIN AROUND CHALLENGE|
|ELEPHANT MARCH CHALLENGE (HILARIOUS!)|
Some video to see Elephant March in action (We used solo cups instead of 2-liter bottles):