Frequently Asked Questions

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Why is it a good thing that everyone and anyone can edit these team building games and activities?

  • Because unlike activities in books or on static websites, it allows the games and activities to improve over time!

What should I do if I have a suggestion, correction, addition, or something isn't working correctly?

  • At the top of every page is an "edit" link. That means you can edit any page! So be bold, and go ahead and make an edit!
  • If you have a suggestion for something like a new feature that you don't know how to change, add it to the Suggestions page.
  • If something isn't working correctly, add it to the Bugs page
  • If something is urgent, and for all other issues contact:

Why should I create an account or login?

  • It helps you and other contributors keep track of your edits, and allows other visitors the opportunity to talk with you via the discussion page on your profile: e.g. User_talk:Smarbin

Do you have any suggestions for books on the subject of team building, ice breakers, or teamwork?

How can I get involved in Teampedia?

  • Test it out - try looking for a new activity for your next meeting, improving on one that is already here, or adding one of your own.
  • Send your questions, comments, suggestions, links, activities, etc. - any and all feedback welcome:
  • Post a link to Teampedia on your website or blog, with the following the code:
 <a href=""> Teampedia - Icebreakers, Team Building Activities and Group-Dynamic Games</a> 
  • Email your friends:
Hey - Check out this great site with free icebreakers, team building activities, and group-dynamic games: