4 Fun Valentine’s Day Team Building Activities In 2022
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and we have 4 fun Valentine’s Day team building activities for you in 2022. There is way more to Valentine’s Day than romantic love. The pandemic is still a part of our lives in 2022, it comes as a reminder of how resilient humanity is when we can show trust, kindness, and love toward each other.
Here are our top picks for Valentine’s Day team building activities that can be enjoyed with your loved ones, friends, and co-workers.
1. Play Valentine-themed Pictionary
Pictionary is always a classic game to play in a group. One way to spruce up the game is by asking people to bring one small themed gift each, set a budget limit if you’d like. Rather than writing random things to act on slips of paper, your guests will write what their gift is and each team will have to act out and guess the gifts.
If they guess the gift right, the team will score, and the team with the most scores wins the game!
2. Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt
Online scavenger hunts are fun ways to entertain people on video calls. So no matter where you are, there is a way to team build on Valentine’s Day together.
Our favorite way to get people into a virtual scavenger hunt is by first creating a list of things to hunt. Think of common household items while mixing in descriptive items to hunt. So for example you can ask people to hunt for something that is blue or round.
This is a fun way to break people up into groups while asking people to share about themselves through discovered items.
3. Show Foster Youth Some Love With Sweet Cases
If you are looking for a way to give back while team building a simple way to accomplish both is by participating in the Sweet Case virtual service project. This is a fun remote way to get your friends and family involved with helping foster youth nationwide.
The project involves decorating panels with uplifting sayings and images to inspire foster youth. You can totally gamify the event by making it a competition to see who can decorate the best panel. The decorated panels are attached to a Sweet Case duffle bag to remind foster youth that they are not alone.
Sweet Case duffle bags are given to children in foster care to help them carry their personal belongings. Each Sweet Case comes with a teddy bear, blanket, coloring book, and hygiene kit to help bring them comfort.
4. Sharing is Caring
Since Valentine’s Day is all about love, share some with your community through a service project. Brainstorm some ideas and think about the needs you’d like to address. Service projects can include visiting an animal shelter, volunteering at a charity event, or hosting a fundraiser to raise money and supplies for a local non-profit. After all, caring is also sharing!
Team Building with Love
Regardless of how you want to spend your Valentine’s Day, we believe that giving back to the community is a great way to embrace the holiday. Everyone deserves to be loved, especially kids in foster care.
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