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To maximize the benefits of your team-building activities and enjoy your time. Here are some meaningful icebreakers you could try.
Icebreaker Activities to try
Two Truths and a Lie
Participants write down three personal characteristics, of which two are true, and one is a lie, which has to be guessed by others.
The Envelope, Please!
Members of the group write down ten facts about themselves on paper strips, then place the strips in an envelope. The other group members have to make guesses about the person’s identity.
10 Things in Common
Find ten things you have in common as a pair and divide the groups.
Would You Rather
The group leader throws a ball to someone in the group and asks a question like, “Would you rather be a pilot or a groundskeeper?” That person tosses the ball and asks the following question after providing an answer.
One person tells a brief story, beginning with ‘Once upon a time.’ The following person must continue the story until the group leader signals that the time is up.
Who am I?
Members of the group are given name tags for fictional or real celebrities attached to their backs. They try to identify each other by asking yes or no questions as they converse.
You might think about posting a brief Pop Quiz on the board to relax everyone and prepare them for a meeting successfully.
You and your team may have had a busy week, or you may be in the middle of your fourth meeting of the day. If so, encourage everyone to stretch and take a break before starting a necessary appointment.
- These activities empower students to take responsibility for the classroom’s learning environment.
- The icebreaker exercises help students get along and promote a positive learning atmosphere.
- Icebreaker games are a great way to increase team trust and have fun.
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