After this, the student must venture a guess after each clue pulled until they guess correctly.
See how quickly the student is able to solve the riddle.
Then have the class as a group figure out the ideal way the student can address the issue and hopefully solve it.
This fun detective game encourages problem-solving, critical thinking and cognitive development.
Posted in Team Building Blog Problem solving activities are a great way to install some fun into your meetings and training days and this week we have 3 fun problem solving games that are really easy to set up and run yourself.
These activities will work well for all scenarios and can be used with adults, students or children.
Create a pretend scenario for students that requires them to think creatively to make it through.
An example might be getting stranded on an island, knowing that help will not arrive for three days.
Collect a number of items that are associated with a specific profession, social trend, place, public figure, historical event, animal, etc.
Assemble actual items (or pictures of items) that are commonly associated with the target answer.