Free Time Management Games - Look No Futher! 

We deeply enjoy creating and adding free time management games and fun activities to this growing resource on time management.  

As college counselors, we've been teaching time management to our students for over a decade. We believe time management should and can be fun, and effective.

To offer the most games to you, we've shared ideas for creating your own games, shared links to other fun time management activities on our site, and created a message forum below to share and learn about cool and exciting time management games from our many visitors.

Got a great time management game to share? Visit the Games Exchange Forum!

Creating a Time Management Game

Do you have ideas for games to improve time management?  If you're having a hard time finding an interesting game, why not create one?  One of the ways we created the time management games and activities we offer on this site is through our own experiences.

Here are some tips to make time management more fun. Get creative!

  • Make it funny. It's easy to be stressed over time management issues, which makes perfect sense. Yet, learning to laugh at ourselves makes it less serious and easier to work through.
  • Embarrassing Moment Fun. Think of an embarrasing time management moment, for example, and make this a funny game with friends, students, and more.  Rank everyone's story for the most embarrassing and get a good laugh together.
  • Draw Your Brain.    A fun game involves writing everything down that you 'must do' in a large circle that represents your head.  Scatter the items around in the head. Write them upside down, vertical, use colors and zig-zags to associate feeling with the tasks on your mind.  Make it silly! You can do this yourself, or have others give feedback on what's actually important versus unnecessary commitments you made.  Address each item in your 'head' by drawing line through it and placing it in Covey's 4 Quadrants chart for clarity on what to do next. This is also a great way to use color and feelings to visualize why you may be feeling stressed.

Time Management Fun

Designing time management fun involves creativity, and we love being creative with time management.  It requires thinking outside of the box for this normally dry topic.  So, we created the several free time management games and activities such as our popular Time Manager Type activity, that makes time management more exciting.  In fact, our students express that learning about their Time Manager Type is one of the coolest ways to finally understand themselves as unique time managers.  

We also recommend reading the Monkey on Your Back story and activity to help with procrastination and over-commitments. This fun story is linked to an activity that helps us each personally overcome procrastination.

The Games Exchange

When we create or discover new time management games, we will make them available to you on this website. Yet, one of the best ways we learn about free online time management games is from other readers and contributors!  

Thus, learning time management is about sharing and exchanging their best ideas for free time management games.   Posting your time management games, activities, and fun tips in the discussion area below keeps us all current on trends with time management fun, so be sure to keep to visiting to see what's new!

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