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Upcoming Event: Dance Cheer Camp on December 27, 28, and 29, 2021

U CanDance & Cheer

Nurturing Team Unity Through Games

We are passionate about igniting the essence of participation through different games and activities for your groups.

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What We Do 

Foster the spirit of unity at U CanDance & Cheer. Aside from dancing, we are also passionate about igniting the essence of participation through different games and activities for your groups. Should you want to learn more about what our cheer and dance academy offers to clients in Riverview, Florida, feel free to contact us. You can also pay for our services online.

Our Game Ideas

Positive Pages 

  • Get a sheet of paper and divide it into four equal boxes.
  • Write a team member’s name on each box.
  • You may use several sheets of paper depending on the size of your team.
  • Combine the sheets with names to make a booklet.
  • After that, each member will take turns writing positive notes about the person whose name is written on the paper.
  • Once everyone is finished, collect the booklets and group them by name.
  • Give each member the page with notes written about them.

The Human Knot

  • Have your team stand in a circle, shoulder to shoulder.
  • Each person reaches in with their right hand, then grabs someone else’s hand.
  • This will be repeated with the left hand.
  • The group must unite the knot without releasing anyone’s hand.
  • This is a good activity to nurture team communication and collaboration. 

Circle Laugh

Lie down in a circle with your team members’ heads on each other’s stomachs and laugh.

Turn Over a New Leaf

  • Find a “magic carpet,” which typically is a piece of tarpaulin or small cloth that is 4’ x 5’ in size.
  • The team must turn over the carpet without the clothing touching the ground.
  • This activity will test your group’s ability to communicate while working in close quarters.

Get To Know Your Teammates

  • Write questions on a sheet of paper, then put them in a basket.
  • Some questions you can write are:
    • Who do you look up to?
    • What is your dream job?
    • If you were an animal, what would you be and why?
  • Each member will draw a question from the basket and must answer it honestly. 

Limbo Contest

You already know the rules.

Stepping Stones

  • Make a path of paper plates that leads from one side of the room to the other.
  • Divide your people into teams.
  • Give certain players obstacles, such as one leg, blindfolded, etc.
  • Groups must help each other get to the other side of the room without touching the ground. 

Beach Volleyball

  • Inflate a beach ball.
  • Divide your people into groups (e.g. freshmen and sophomores).
  • See which team can keep the ball up for a long time.

Do-It-Yourself Fashion

  • Divide your people into teams.
  • Give each team a variety of supplies. 
  • Each group must create an outfit for one member within 5 minutes.
  • After everyone is finished, have a fashion show featuring all of their creations.

Hula-Hoop Contest

See who can hula the longest!

Friends’ Favorites

  • Make a list of categories. This may include different topics, such as favorite TV show, vacation spot, teacher, color, store, etc.
  • Let each team member fill it out.
  • Collect all lists.
  • Read each list one by one and have everyone guess the writer’s identity.

Embarrassing Moments

  • Have your members write down their embarrassing moments on a piece of paper.
  • Collect the sheets.
  • Read each moment and let your team guess whose it is.

Mystery Snacks

  • Divide your people into teams.
  • Blindfold one person from each group.
  • Challenge them to identify different kinds of snacks.
  • Keep score.

Pillowcase Hop

This is a contest where members step in a pillowcase to hop in a relay race.

Scavenger Hunt

  • Make a list.
  • Divide your people into groups.
  • Set a time limit.
  • The group with the most items at the end of the hunt is the winner.

Sleeping Bag Races

  • Have members lay in sleeping bags.
  • Let them wiggle in a shuttle relay race style.

Sleeping Bag Secret

  • Scatter sleeping bags on the floor.
  • Choose one person to be the “it.”
  • Have that person go outside.
  • Let each group member get inside someone else’s sleeping bag.
  • Cover up excluding one exposed body part.
  • Let the “it” come inside to guess who’s who.

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