Set the tone of your class and help students learn how to work collaboratively and as a team with these four different team building activities that improve teamwork.
Understanding what it means to work together and communicate is an important skill. These four team building activities and presentation will help students understand what skills are necessary for good teamwork and how working together in a collaborative manner can help them achieve their goals.
Included in this product:
➡ Four different team building activities. You can do all four or choose which the one you want
➡ Basic presentation that has students making observations, inferences, predictions, reflections, and analysis
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