Activities & Games

Human Knot
2nd-5th Grade
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Allotted Time

15 minutes

Target Behavior

Cooperate with peers or siblings
Bungee ropes tied together

Words to Live By

I am a friend. I support and trust. Working together is a must. Kind and caring I will be. I listen to you. You listen to me.
Relationship Skills
Work together by being kind, caring, and by listening

Children who work together can:

DEMONSTRATE how students help each other

GREET others by name

IDENTIFY ways to build positive relationships with peers, family, and others

DEMONSTRATE cooperative behaviors in a group

Students work together to untangle themselves in this fun team building activity.

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