Posted on September 4, 2020
Games That Can Improve Group Cooperation
Games are tools for children to explore their world from what they don’t know what they know and from what they can’t do to being able to do it. Meanwhile, playing is an important activity for children. Learning activities in Kindergarten are fun to carry out through play activities. Play for children is a very fun activity, causes joy, and as a place to express what the child feels.
There are various exciting games that we can do with our group of friends. Especially when doing outbound activities with coworkers, school friends, or with family. We can play various types of games to build or enhance a sense of community. A thing that we rarely get when we carry out our busy daily routines. Just follow the various examples of games that you can do during outbound, camping, MOS, scouting, or organizational upgrading activities.
- Make a yell
Usually, before we start a game we will be divided into groups.
a) The easiest way is to change the lyrics of a popular song
b) Movement is also something that needs attention when making yells.
c) Decide who is giving the cue or instructions. This will make our chants look more compact and sound and look more perfect
d) Finally, all song lyrics and movements should be made simple and easy to memorize. Or you can use lyrics or movements that all the members already know.
- Name Chain
This one game can strengthen your memory of knowing the names of each member of your group. The ability to remember and focus is needed in this game. This game does not require any tools or materials and is easy and cheap. This game is usually used to familiarize a group whose members don’t know each other yet.
- Move the rubber
This game aims to train group cooperation and patience to be more careful in doing something. When playing, we will be able to immediately see the faces of our friends, which means that indirectly we will increase our care for our friends.
- Human Ladder
Everyone’s sense of trust, responsibility, agility, and strength will be tested in this game. Cooperation and good role division are the things that will determine who is the winner in this game. This game should be played on the ground or grass so you don’t get sick when you fall.
- Hot Chair
Fun practice to train the players’ agility and concentration.
- Row Bolts
The purpose of this game is for all participants to get to know better, their physical traits and traits, and to train them to work together in groups. Playing has several benefits, namely:
- Develop physical aspects
Playing is a vehicle for physical development. Play provides an opportunity to develop smooth and rough movements.
- Developing social aspects
Social aspects of children such as social attitudes, communication, organizing roles, and interaction with friends will develop through play.
- Developing the emotional aspect
Playing is a medium for expressing thoughts and feelings. During play activities, children can control their emotions, channel their desires, and apply discipline by obeying the rules.
Playing for children serves to facilitate the development of children’s cognition. Children communicate with other children so that the vocabulary becomes more vocabulary.
- Developing aspects of cognition