The Terrarium Challenge
We had the same question when we first came across a terrarium. But peel the onion and dive a little deeper and we promise, you will fall in love with this absolutely fantastic concept! A terrarium is usually a sealable glass container containing soil and plants, and can be opened for maintenance to access the plants inside. The sealed container combined with the heat entering the terrarium allows for the creation of a small-scale water cycle. This happens because moisture from both the soil and plants evaporates in the elevated temperatures inside the terrarium. This water vapour then condenses on the walls ofy, corporate teams are challenged to express their creativity in a fun and eco-friend the container, and eventually falls back to the plants and soil below. This contributes to creating an ideal environment for growing plants due to the constant supply of water, thereby preventing the plants from becoming over dry. The best thing about them? They are super-easy to make and are low-maintenance. In this engaging team building activitly way. The challenge is simple: In the given time – Build your own Terrarium! The session that takes around 2 hours – is kicked off through a small session introducing the concept of terrariums to the participants. This would also include an introduction to basic materials (charcoal, moss, gravel, soil etc) used for building the terrarium. Everything else needed that includes imagination, creativity, sweat & toil, getting the hands dirty, is to be done by the participants. And oh yes, most of the material is not handed over. It needs to be earned by the team by completing interesting side challenges! The best thing we think, about the Terrarium Challenge is that – they can be donated away to charity to make dull, uninspiring spaces sprout to life through the gift of vegetation!
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What Can You Expect • Improved communication • Lesson in aligning to the same larger vision • Enhanced sense of goodwill • Lessons in creating a more eco-friendly, green world Contact us today - we will be glad to meet up and discuss the possibilities for your team!