#5. Blind Drawing
A team activity that encourages communication, especially listening. Blind drawing is deceivingly simple yet effective. The game requires 2 players to sit back to back, where one team member is given a picture of an object or word. Without specifying directly what the thing is, the person must describe the image without using words that clearly give away the image. These should be non-related words for instance – if it is a “flower” then the person can describe it as hearts put together (to form flower petals), a string/rope holding the hearts (Stem), rain/water drops (leaves) and so on. The person with pen and paper draws the object based on the verbal description and their own interpretation. The final outcome is fun to see and depict whether 2 members can effectively communicate, imagine, and innovate in each other’s company.