The Rescue Bear ® team activity is a fun program where team members build teddy bears for children who have been through a traumatic event. Fire-fighters and Police Officers often use teddy bears as a way to comfort children who have been in accidents or fires. In some cases, these kids have lost everything. Your group can help your local rescuers be a warm hand to these kids.
This is the original teddy bear team building event! Each participant has puzzles to solve, codes to decipher, and secrets to unlock in order to acquire the resources that they need (part by part) to build a series of custom teddy bears, bunnies, cows, tigers, and more — all decked out in a flashy official fire-fighter uniform. Challenges are discovered along the way that must be overcome in order to accomplish their goal. The ultimate conclusion to the event is the understanding that, every member of the group has strengths and talents that they add to the group, and when we tap into those strengths, we all accomplish more!
In the Rescue Bear ® Team Building Activity, We Cover Ways to:
- Communicate better with each other.
- Identify strengths of individual coworkers.
- Collaborate better and build teamwork.
- Realize that departments and individuals within a company can’t act independently of their coworkers. When individuals work together, they accomplish a lot more.
- And have tons of fun in the process.
Rescue Bear® Team Building events are composed of one-hour modules to make the program easy to fit any time-frame. We offer a high-energy one-hour module were the group builds the high-quality stuffed animals with just a quick icebreaker event. We also offer the standard two-hour event as well as half-day, full-day, and a Rescue Bear® 2-Day Retreat for more in depth study and fun. During each event, your participants will engage both their minds and your bodies in solving the puzzles of teamwork and build great camaraderie in the process.
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Our team had so much fun and truly enjoyed doing an activity that gives back to the community.