Teamwork & Leadership Virtual Scavenger Hunt
Training Wheels Gear
Your Mission Should You Choose To Accept....
Are you looking for something fun to do with your team in the virtual space? Look no further! We've designed a Virtual Scavenger Hunt with both small and large teams in mind. The clues have a Teamwork and Leadership theme to them, so not only are you having fun you are also building some necessary skills and connection time together. Just select the number of participants you will have in the hunt and get playing right away! You will receive an automatic download at check out with instructions on how to get playing.
We recommend using the Zoom platform so you can utilize the Breakout Room function. We suggest 3-4 people work together in small teams, that way everyone has an opportunity to contribute to solving the clues.
Upon checkout you will receive instructions via a pdf as an automatic download. This will tell you how to get started. Then open up a Zoom session and get playing! To begin, there is a link to a quick video that you can show your group that will demonstrate how it works. Then paste the designated Scavenger Hunt link to the clues into the Chat box for your participants to snag, open up the breakout rooms and let the Hunt begin!
Time Needed: You'll need about 10 minutes for the 'Onboarding' process. Then 40 minutes for the Scavenger Hunt itself. Then spend the last 10 minutes debriefing the experience with your team. In 60 minutes you'll have the opportunity to work together in small groups, solve some puzzles and have some fun at the same time.
Just select the option with the number of people you will have playing in your event from the drop down menu and let the games begin!
What are you waiting for? Let's play!
p.s. If you are a team building facilitator and have participated in any of our Facilitator Scavenger Hunts in the past, we intentionally designed all of our clues differently than our past hunts. That way you can see new examples of clues! Plus, you can use this opportunity to play with your own team. We all could use the opportunity to be a participant again.