Partner Shoe Tie

Invite Participants to find a partner.  Have them look down at their feet and make sure that one of the 4 feet in their partnership has shoe laces.  Have them switch up partners if one of the two partners does not have shoelaces on their shoes.  

Once partners are ready, tell them to take their dominant hand and put it behind their back.  They are no longer allowed to use this hand for the activity.  Then have them use their non-dominant hand and untie and retie one of the shoes that has shoe laces.

This activity only takes a few minutes, but it is a good one for cross-brain function that awakens the synapses between the right and left hemisphere of the brain.  It also promotes team interaction with one person.


Material in this Online Games Database is copyrighted.  Copyright ©  Training Wheels or by the author who submitted the activity.  Permission needed to copy or reproduce.