This a great activity for discussing the Olympics while reading mythology and connecting it to team building or just having your students or faculty participate in team building activities. Either way, these activities build community, team work, and camaraderie. An exit ticket can even be created by asking students what they have learned about working in a group, why were groups successful or unsuccessful, what does it take to do well, etc.
These team building activities will require materials such as cups, string, rubber bands, pencils, plastic table cloths, music, Oreo cookies, pvc pipe, etc. I usually pick and choose which team building activities I have the materials for, so I don't complete all of the activities. I try to complete at least five out of the ten activities. This is a lot fun and the kids truly enjoy working together. I had each team make a banner and handed out gold, silver, and bronze stickers to the top teams. They placed these stickers on their banners, and we hung them in our classroom.