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Dynamic Play Teams Up With Access Sport

On the 8th of August, Dynamic Play will be teaming up with Access Sport to provide a day of fun filled activities for children and adults who have varying abilities. We will be stripping back some of our challenges used during our active parties including The Labyrinth and adapting to suit the needs of those who may need a little more assistance.

Access Sport aims to promote inclusion for individuals to participate in all types of sports regardless of their background or impairments.

Find out more about the vision of Access Sport here.

Traffic Lights!

When we think of teambuilding, we usually conjure up images of groups of people taking part in various activities right? Contrary to this belief, if we were to examine the basic principles, it is actually as important for an individual to build up their own skillset themselves before implementing such skills into a group situation. A game of ‘Traffic Lights’ gives children the opportunity to develop their listening skills both on an individual level and as part of a group…
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Helium Hoop

This coming Saturday marks Dynamic Play’s one year anniversary since it’s debut and what a way of celebrating (other than saying a big THANK YOU to those we have entertained over the past year) than sharing with you a slightly different take on our famous Hoop challenge. We present the ‘Helium Hoop’…
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Wave Stretching

With summer over for another year, it’s that time for youth clubs to begin once more. Whether it be Brownies, Scouts or just a football club, the Wave Stretching teambuilding activity provides a great opener for children to get back into the swing of things…
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Tall Tales

Developing teambuilding skills doesn’t necessarily need to involve physical activity, after all, it’s brain power that is the real key to success! Try a calmer approach to teambuilding by playing Tall Tales…
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“Dynamic Play's Bret and Nath provided a great mix of team games that entertained whilst also generating team work amongst the children. The countdown clock on each game creates a sense of jeopardy that adds an extra edge to the games whilst the rewards of opening padlocks on the chest provide a great focus on the end goal of being able to open the chest and find the treasure that awaits. Organising the event was very easy with very quick communication and information provided by Nath. Great hour of entertainment with added team building skills.”
Leader of 1st Locking Harrier Cubs
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