Cheerleading Squad Bonding
Agreeing on How to Disagree
Disagreeing with your squad members isn't necessarily a bad thing and if done constructively it can even be a positive experience. Disagreements can bring on change and foster new ideas. So, it really isn't that important that you have disagreements within your squad, it's the way you agree to handle them and resolve any conflicts that matters the most.
A Bonding Experience
A great feature on uniting a cheerleading squad with bonding tips and ideas.
Conflict Management and Resolution
How to avoid and resolve conflicts within your squad, from Pam Headridge.
Helping Your Squad Get Along
Have you ever been a member of a cheerleading squad that doesn't get along? When pyramids fall, and everyone starts pointing the finger at someone? If your squad is always bickering during practice and games, here's an idea to help you get along better: bonding activities.
Team Bonding Activities
A good collection of cheerleading bonding activities.
Team Building Games
From Pam Headridge of Oak Harbor Cheerleading, games to play to build trust among your squad.