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Ice Breakers Please....

  1. Lady_E profile image75
    Lady_Eposted 8 years ago

    Ice Breakers Please....

    ….. for Students to get to know one another, in their first Learning session. Thanks.

  2. The Rope profile image55
    The Ropeposted 8 years ago

    of readable age?  Question bingo!  Either run like regular bingo if you know enough commonalities or cards set up like bingo with questions that they have to run around and find people who match the questions.

  3. secretagent profile image51
    secretagentposted 8 years ago

    This is an easy, fun icebreaker that you can use with people of all ages.

    Take a roll of toilet and hand it to the group, asking them to take as many sheets as they wish - make sure you don't tell them what they are to do with it.

    Once the toilet paper has made it around the room, and the last person has taken their sheets, ask them to have one interesting fact per sheet, with the person who pulled the most sheets going first, and then they get to select who goes next when they're done.

  4. drbj profile image83
    drbjposted 7 years ago

    A great icebreaker is to hand out index cards and ask each person to write down one thing they have done that they do not think anyone else in the room knows about. Nothing personal or intimate - just something true and  different and interesting. Tell them to write their name - in small letters - at the bottom of the card.
    Then collect the cards, read each one out loud, one at a time, and ask the group to guess who might have written it.
    Sometimes you will find that someone writes something very different than what you might expect. I remember one time the senior executive of an organization wrote that he stole hub caps from cars when he was a youngster. He will never live that one down!