Team Building with Legos for Staff (inspired by Pre-K)

The other day, our Pre-K program was playing with legos so nicely with each other. They were encouraging each other, making suggestions for their structures and working together to create.

These are great qualities among children, but they are also great qualities among staff. So we set out to do some play of our own! Check out the fun activity for staff team building below.

Name of Activity: Legoman

  • Helps with:Communication
  • What You’ll Need:
    • Legos
  • Instructions:
  1. Divide everyone into small teams of two or more.
  2. Select an overseer who isn’t on a team to build a random structure using Lego building blocks within 10 minutes.
  3. The other teams must replicate the structure exactly (including size and color) within 15 minutes. However, only one member from each group may look at the original structure. They must figure out how to communicate the size, color, and shape of the original structure to their team.
  4. If this is too easy, add a rule that the member who can see the original structure can’t touch the new structure.





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