Part 1

Part1

No

Garage items

Office Items

No

Field Actions

Competitive Actions

1

A baseball

Papers

1

Running

Sprints (100, 200, 400)m

2

Jumper cables

pens

2

Walking

Middle distance (800, 1500)m

3

Ropes

pencils

3

Walking race

Long distance (3000, 5000)m

4

Sports equipment

“In” Box

4

Catch games

Huddles (110/100, 400)m

5

Scrap wood

“Out” Box

5

Cycling games

Relays (4×100, 4×400)m

6

carpentry tools

Paper Clips

6

Grappling

Long jumps

7

Motorcycles

Waste basket

7

Striking

High jumps

8

Skateboards

Fax Machine

8

Tug of war

Triple jump

9

A Dust pan

File folders

9

Ball-over-net games

Pole vault

10

Claw hummer

Tapes

10

Board sports

Discus

11

A ladder

Letter opener

11

Basketball

Shot put

12

Garden hose

Paper work

12

Handball

Javelin

13

Old paint cans

Staples

13

Tag games

Hammer throw

14

Work gloves

Rubber bands

14

Gymnastics

Decathlon

15

Extra motor oil

Computer

15

Wall and ball games

Heptathlon

16

A collection of screws and nails

Telephone

16

Flying disc games

Race walking

17

Camping items

Diary

17

Cue sport

Marathon

8

Dust tape

Scanner

18

Kite sport

Juggling

19

Paints

Delivered mail

19

Football

Field targeting

20

Tools in a toolbox

Stapler

20

Dance

Trap shooting

Part2

Sprints

Theseare short distance running races of about 100-400metres. The membersare divided into two groups and each group will have its ownparticipant, whereby each team will cheer their competing participantduring the competitions.

WalkingRace

Theseare a type of special walking distance races whereby all theparticipants are expected to try and walk as fast as they can.However, the participants are expected to adhere to specific rules ofthe games regarding their postures as they race.

Marathon

Thisis a a long distance type of race where the participants are expectedto complete course covering 26 miles and 385 yards. However this isnot a team based event, it is individual based.

Wresting

Thisgame involves two teams selecting their own participant to fightagainst the other team’s participant. This game is governed bycertain rules of engagements and is not aimed at causing injuries.

Dancingcompetition

Thisgame involves all members seated on the field in a cycle and singingsome famous songs and participants are chosen from anywhere to danceand compete against each other. The best dancer to a specific songwins the game.

Team-Strength

Thisgame involves the full participation of all members. They are dividedinto two teams and each team holding one end of the rope and dividedby a mark in the middle. The team that pulls successful more thanfive times automatically wins.

Longjumps

Thisgame involves the team voting for their participant to participate indefined jumping event. The participant, who jumps the furthest,automatically wins this event.

Relay

Thisis a type of running event whereby the teams choose four fastestparticipants to take part in this type of field event. Each of thefour participant is expected to compete against the other in adefined distance to handover the running stick to the nextparticipant.

Netballs

Thistype of game involves the members divided into two distinct groupscompeting against each other. The members use the ball with hands asopposed to soccer and make goals through throwing and catching.

Javelin

Theparticipants use a sharp pointed—spear-looking like device that isthrown the furthest each participant can and measurements are takenat the end of participation.

Part3: Tug of War Game

Thisgame is best on my list because it forms part of team building and achance of employees to get to know each other. Tug of war is alow-pressure game, exciting and fun. This is a creative game becauseof the significant interrelationship impact that is has to theparticipants from both groups. i conceived the game by thinking of agame that is free and open to everybody irrespective of weight,gender or physical strength. Therefore this seemed like an ideal gameas it is involving and the end results is the importance of teamwork, which I belive is an important prerequisite to any workingenvironment. This game is playable because it involves team spiritwhereby the members are supposed to use their physical strengths tocompete against their counterparts. It is exciting, fun andinformative way of building teams and creating new relationships inthe working environment. Learning about each other will be the bestway of employees developing inter-relationships by having no optionsince they share a common goal of winning the event against thecompeting teams.

Part4

Detailsof the game

  1. There should be a pen, file folder, rope, a brush and paint. The field where the game is to be held is identified and measured approximately the total length of the rope. The middle field is marked with a visible paint drawing a line that divided the two groups.

  2. Participants are identified and divided into two even equal numbers, making sure that the gender is well represented in each group. This forms the two participating teams.

  3. There is one universal person who is unanimously elected to observe and record the scores on a file folder. In the paper two columns are drawn by a pen and a ruler to represent the scores of each team.

  4. The participants are to stand holding the two ends of the rope, divided by the clearly visible marked line on the ground. When the whistle goes off they are to pull each other each member contributing his or her strength to pull the team towards their side by crossing over the marked line.

  5. There is no time limit for pulling the ropes, as team members are supposed to pull the rope as hard as they can until they defeat the other team after crossing the marked line..

  6. They are supposed to repeat this activity a total of ten times with the winning team having the most scores.

  7. This can be repeated after a period of forty minutes after all the participants have relaxed enough, however, the next competing the teams are supposed to be reshuffled. The next times of participating, the team members will have new team members and this way they’ll have a chance to bond with at least every member who is participating.

TheTug of War Game