Exercises, games, and simulations are fun, interactive ways to learn new concepts. The Bridge Game is a hands-on activity that teams or individuals can do in thirty minutes or less. Facilitators can use the Bridge Game to teach the importance of creative thinking, the importance of understanding scientific principles, or just as a fun way to break the ice or start a workshop or meeting.
The bridge game is a quick, hands-on team activity that we can do with simple materials we can find at home or in most workplaces. Facilitators can use this exercise to teach various concepts such as creative problem solving, out-of-the-box thinking, team dynamics, or the importance of understanding physical and mechanical principles. Learn the three steps for facilitators when getting started with the bridge game.