Kids School CSR Team Building Taking Us Back to our Childhood
Participating in a selection of fun CSR activities we used to do when we were children.
Kids School Corporate CSR team building taking you back to nostalgia. This fun event gives teams a rewarding and challenging package that creates a feel-good team spirit, by participating in a selection of fun activities we would have done as a child.
At the end of the day all the items are donated to underprivileged children. Kids School starts with a creative team working together, to solve tasks, communicate, and of course, bringing loads of fun from your childhood days. This is a truly fun and engaging, CSR-friendly team building event. This event also provides teams unconventional ways of self expression through exploration and discovery.
Each team will be given a selection of 3-4 fun activities. These may include the following fun activities. Completing a jigsaw puzzle, colouring-in an intricate picture, clay moulding your favourite animal, cute paper pets and a fun quiz!
CSR Team Building Indoor Activities
Assembling Jigsaw Puzzles
If you like puzzles you will enjoy participating in this fun, pattern puzzle assembly with your colleagues. There is a big picture but can you and your team complete it on time!
Each piece is a small part to a bigger picture. Teams needs to assemble their picture with the oddly shaped and interlocking pieces provided in a given time.
Did you know solving puzzles helps to reinforce existing connections between our brain cells. Jigsaw puzzles are also good at improving short-term memory.
Benefits of Jigsaw Puzzles
- Improves problem solving
- Relieves stress and anxieties
- Holds your attention span
- Harnesses both sides of your brain
- Develops social skills
- Traditional fun taking you back to your childhood days
Kids School Painting by Numbers
The painting-by-numbers kit will prepare the canvas for you! All you have to do is match the colours, and the final picture will emerge as a finished painting. This activity will guide your team to analyse a subject and observe areas of colour.
Each team is given a board with numbers to indicate which areas to paint with specific colours. We don’t need to have an artistic side to create this beautiful work of art, and let’s not forget how therapeutic painting can be.
Painting relieves stress and aids in communication and painting by numbers is no exception. The kits were developed by Max S. Klein during the early 50s however, the technique was filed in 1923 introducing the Craft Master brand, which went on to sell over 12 million kits.
This challenge is guaranteed to make us feel like an artist even if we have never painted before!
Kids School Clay Moulding
Sculpting with clay has always been a favourite with children and what better way to represent a teams visual goal than with this fun challenge! Let your imaginations go wild!
Modelling clay promotes creativity and encourages self-expression. This challenge involves the use of coloured plasticine which is a putty-like clay made of calcium salts, petroleum jelly and aliphatic acids. The most famous brand today is called ‘Play Dough’
Push, pull squish and squeeze your clay into your favourite 3D animal, or shape etc. and if your team doesn’t like it – mash it all up and start again.
Benefits of Clay Sculpture
- Develops Communication
- Understand the limitations of clay
- Opens up your imagination
- Develops Creativity
- Manual dexterity and manipulative skills
Kids School CSR Team Building Quotations
All the items purchased including the activity materials will be given to under privileged children. Children would not be present however, representatives may be at the event to give a briefing and to personally thank you for your wonderful donation!
Quotations are inclusive of:
All prices quoted for this fun CSR team building would include the following. Jigsaw puzzles, moulding clay, colouring pens, additional items for donation, prize for each winning team member, photographer, facilitators, MC, and all associated materials.
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